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God Of War Ragnarok Countdown Clock

Get Ready For God Of War Ragnarok With Our Countdown Clock

Updated: Nov 8, 2022 9:51 pm
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God Of War Ragnarok is coming extremely soon, and we have a God Of War Ragnarok Countdown Clock so that you can count those minutes away!

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When will God of War Ragnarok launch in the US?

In the US God of War Ragnarok will come out on November 9th at 12am (00:00) EST and November 8th at 9pm (21:00) PDT

When will God of War Ragnarok launch in the UK?

God of War Ragnarok is due to go live on Wednesday, 9th November, at Midnight (12am GMT) in the UK

Watch the first 10 minutes of God of War Ragnarok

While you wait for the game to launch why don’t you pass the time by watching the first 10 minutes of the game!

God Of War Ragnarok is the sixth game in the God Of War franchise, following on from:

  • God Of War
  • God Of War II
  • God Of War III
  • God Of War Ascension
  • God Of War (2018)

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God Of War 2018 left off in an extremely interesting place, with (spoilers!) Kratos discovering that his son, Atreus, is actually Loki and that the Norse gods aren’t happy with him. The game itself ended with the promise of an epic battle against Thor, as we saw Mjonlr sizzle with lighting.

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God Of War Ragnarok will pick up where these events left off, and it’ll take a deeper dive into the reality of this world. It’s the end of the Norse Saga, so expect huge revelations and a wider focus on the mythology.

Is This The Last God Of War Game?

As of now, we don’t really know the future of the God Of War series. It’s likely that there WILL be another game, especially given the massive appeal that both this and God Of War 2018 have had, but what form that takes is unknown.

As previously discussed, this is the end of the Norse Saga. Any possible sequel would have to move the world and focus on an entirely new pantheon of gods, and there are only so many times that the series can do that before it becomes stale and repetitive.

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