God of War Ragnarok

God Of War Ragnarok Has Been Rated In Korea

Kratos might be locked in for 2022!

News has filtered in that God of War Ragnarok, the upcoming sequel to Santa Monica Studios’ 2018 reboot God of War, has been rated for release by the Korean Ratings Board.

While this isn’t confirmation of a release window by any stretch of the imagination, it serves as a pretty decent indicator that God of War Ragnarok is definitely on track for the 2022 release that Santa Monica Studios has stood firmly by even as the industry anticipates a delay for the game.


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Based on the rating, the main things flagged during classification were “excessive profanity” and “drug expression”, although the description mentions this is in reference to “drinking at a pub” which is obviously deemed not appropriate for children.

It was just last week that PlayStation went into exhaustive detail about the accessibility features that’ll be on offer once Ragnarok launches.

With the game now rated in one region, we expect it shouldn’t be long before we learn more about just when to expect God of War Ragnarok.