God Of War Ragnarok DLC Is Allegedly In The Works

Insider claims that the project is 60% complete.

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  • According to insider The_Snitch, Sony is currently working on a project titled God of War Ragnarok DLC. 
  • The_Snitch claims his source to be highly reliable and stated that they can’t confirm whether it’s a standalone expansion or otherwise.

According to a new rumor, Sony is allegedly working on a project called God of War Ragnarok DLC. The information comes from an insider The_Snitch who made the announcement on his stream, stating that his source is reliable and that the expansion is currently in the works, further stating that they cannot confirm if it’s going to be a standalone expansion like Spider-Man: Miles Morales or downloadable content.

There are some factors worth noting about this claim. One of these factors involves the progress of the God of War Ragnarok project, as it is allegedly around sixty percent complete. The other point is the release date as the bonus content is apparently not slated for a 2023 release.

God of War Ragnarok launched to universal acclaim in 2022, sweeping The Game Awards due to its quality and contribution to the medium of gaming. While Kratos‘ journey seemingly came to an end in the finale of Ragnarok, fans believe that there are still a lot of different dynamics to explore and stories to tell. One of these involves Kratos’ son, Atreus.

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While there has been no official information on anything related to Ragnarok and possible DLC, fans have crafted many theories. The most likely thing to happen according to fans is a standalone expansion focusing on Atreus and his quest to find the other surviving Giants. Similar to Miles Morales, this can be a more contained adventure focusing on the young demigod and his odyssey.

Some fans believe that a standalone expansion could focus on Atreus's quest to find the surviving Giants.
Some fans believe that a standalone expansion could focus on Atreus’s quest to find the surviving Giants.

The future of this franchise post-Ragnarok holds several possibilities. Since the existence of other mythologies has been confirmed, having Kratos go to other realms for a new purpose, something other than killing deities can lead to another evolutionary step in the series. After all, recent job listings suggest that work on a potential sequel may already be underway.

God of War Ragnarok is available on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. Read on to find out why we believe it to have been a solid contender for 2022’s Game of The Year.

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