While many are still busy exploring the nine realms of God of War Ragnarok, a title that will theoretically conclude the Norse saga despite the recent statements by Cory Barlog suggest otherwiseEric Williams – director of the game – talked about the possibility of a post-launch DLC or expansion. Unfortunately, or fortunately depending on your point of view, the arrival of additional content will be very unlikely.
In an interview granted to Kinda Funny, Eric Williams has not categorically denied the possibility of seeing DLC or expansionsbut the very tone of his answers it would seem to totally exclude this possibility, as God of War Ragnarok is already very large and the team managed to insert everything that needed to be inserted.
“I don’t know, the game is already very large. I think the team managed to put in everything they could, so I wouldn’t count on it much,” Williams explains. A choice that would chase the one seen by the predecessorwhich had no additional content other than those concerning the New Game+ mode, introducing new enemy movesets (as if Sigrun wasn’t tricky enough already, ed.) and new, powerful, armor.
And what do you think? You would have preferred an expansion along the lines of Horizon Zero Dawn and, probabilmente, Horizon Forbidden West? Or do you think that the time has come for Santa Monica to close the Norse mythology and devote himself to other worlds or even a new IP? Discuss it in the comments as always!
God of War Ragnarok is available exclusively on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. We have reviewed the PS5 version of the game for you. Regarding a PC version, Santa Monica has not confirmed anything at the moment but has not categorically ruled out this possibility eitherespecially after the high appreciation of the first chapter, supported by sales that have allowed it to reach 23 million copies sold.
Source: Kinda Funny Via: Gaming Bolt