While waiting for the debut of the New Game Plus in God of War: Ragnarok, a nice recognition arrives for the interpreter who lent his voice to Kratos within the title.
As fans who followed the ceremony will remember The Game Awards 2022the gaming event saw the awarding of the prize for the best performance actorial a Christopher Judge. The latter, visibly excited, was given the iconic statuette by none other than Al Pacino, who appeared by surprise at the event hosted by Geoff Keighley.
And the organizer of The Game Awards recently wanted to remember the moment of the awarding of Kratos’ alter-ego. With the twitter that you find at the bottom of this news, the Canadian journalist officially confirmed that the acceptance speech held by Christopher Judge was the longest ever hosted by the event, totaling well 7 minutes and 59 seconds! The actor welcomed the sharing of data with amusement and self-irony, once again thanking all those who accompanied him on the journey that led him to celebrate the launch of God of War: Ragnarok.
Funny detail, thanks to the partnership between Valve and The Game Awards 2022, during the thanksgiving speech given by Christopher Judge the company has given away to viewers of the 8 Steam Deck event!