Skip to content

Home » “A masterpiece that will be remembered for a long time”: God of War Ragnarök was rated at 94 points – only ELDEN RING is ahead of the games of 2022

“A masterpiece that will be remembered for a long time”: God of War Ragnarök was rated at 94 points – only ELDEN RING is ahead of the games of 2022


The embargo on the publication of reviews of the upcoming adventure action game has been lifted in the network God of War Ragnarök от YOU Santa Monica Studio.

An hour after the appearance of the first materials from critics, the game received 94 points on review aggregation site Metacriticwhich puts it in second place in the list of the most highly rated new products of 2022, behind ELDEN RING, which received 96 points out of 100.

God of War: Ragnarok also became the new metascore leader of all Sony’s PS5 titles, ahead of the Demon’s Souls remake with an average score of 92/100.


Here’s What Critics Say About God of War Ragnarök:

GameInformer: “God of War Ragnarök is a lot like God of War (2018), which is just a compliment given how fantastic that game turned out to be. Sony Santa Monica didn’t break what worked well and skillfully continued the story threads that were left unfinished in the last part”.

GameSpot: “Sony Santa Monica has brought back everything that made the reboot of the original God of War so great and delivered a beautifully written new story.”

VG247: “While at the beginning of God of War Ragnarok is very similar to God of War 2018 both in terms of mechanics and visuals, gradually the game begins to show a constructive evolution of the series, expanding the scope of the gameplay while at the same time offering tense and twisted plot, telling the story of the characters in compelling and endlessly interesting ways.”

Gameblog: “God of War Ragnarok is proof of an iconic franchise that exceeded our expectations and could well compete for the title of the best game of the year. A true love letter to God of War fans and a masterpiece that will be remembered for a long time.”

Hobby Consolas: “God of War Ragnarok is a work of art in every detail, from the storytelling elements to the building of the nine worlds. A god-worthy sequel that can make you cry and tremble.”

God of War Ragnarök releases November 9th.


Read also: Tom Henderson: Call of Duty series may move to a two-year release cycle.

Click here for more News


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.