God of War Ragnarok is a smash hit, releasing to dozens across the board and selling like hot cakes. It shot to the top of the charts as PlayStation’s best-selling own release in console history. Hopefully, a truckload of cash is now being delivered to the Santa Monica Studio headquarters.
The responses (as of this writing) to the PlayStation announcement are full of mostly positive things, with fans of the game praising it and sharing videos of them fighting creatures across the Nine Realms.
It’s no surprise this is such a fast-selling game, as the Jotnar edition sold out in July after just five minutes. Even the least extensive Collector’s Edition was off digital shelves in half an hour. Unfortunately, this led to those editions getting blown up and selling for absurd prices on eBay, but it seems enough p[peoplemanagedtogettheirhandsonaretailcopythatRagnarokbrokePlayStation’srecord[lagentelogrótenerensusmanosunacopiaminoristaqueRagnarokrompióelrécorddePlayStation[peoplemanagedtogettheirhandsonaretailcopythatRagnarokbrokePlayStation’srecord
God of War Ragnarok sold five million copies in its first week, a phenomenal number. PreviouslyThe Last Of Us Part 2 sold four million copies in its first week and was the best-selling first-party game on PS4.
Despite these phenomenal sales, game director Eric Williams has already dismissed any hopes or dreams of DLC. The game you have is the game you have, so enjoy it. “I think we put in everything we had, so I wouldn’t count on that.” With the Norse saga confirmed to be just two games, not a trilogy, we’ll have to wait a while until we see the next chapter in the God of War story.
There’s still plenty to see in the game, like easy-to-miss cameos from the main characters and callbacks to the original entry in the Norse saga. Lots of play in this game.
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