God of War: Ragnarok Delay May Have Been Due To Actor’s Surgery

God of War: Ragnarok is one of Sony’s most anticipated releases. The sequel to the 2018’s megahit was initially teased about a year ago, and we initially expected Ragnarok to release sometime this year. However, in June, Sony confirmed that the title was getting pushed to 2022. This delay was likely due to several factors, however Christopher Judge, Kratos’ voice actor claimed the responsibility via Twitter. 

It’s difficult to believe Judge is responsible for Ragnarok being delayed. Because voice actors are not privy to every part of the game’s production, factors like the COVID-19 pandemic may have had an impact on Sony’s scheduling. It’s still interesting to listen Judge’s view on this matter. It’s good to see that Judge is doing well. We are happy to see that the actor contributed a lot of Kratos’ character, and will be seeing him again for Ragnarok. 

For more on God of War: Ragnarok, be sure to read our recent interview with director Eric Williams, where he talks about his vision for Thor and how not having kids affects his overall design for the characters. Williams spoke out about Thor saying that Marvel’s view of him was one thing. This is very interesting. Williams said that Thor’s body was more burly because they wanted to “delve deeper into mythology.” Although this Thor is not a model for underwear, the qualities of his strength and intensity make him godly. Williams speaks out about his relationships with people of larger stature in real-life and how this translates into Thor. But it isn’t always due to muscles. You know, they’re like a wall made of human flesh. This is the wall of God. That’s why this was so important.

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