In a tweet from Cory Barlog, it is likely that God of War Ragnarok leaks surfacing the internet are true. This tweet comes a few hours after leakages of the sequel started emerging on all social media platforms. At the time, rumors of God of War Ragnarok, which may or may not be accurate, are tremendous. However, from the director’s tweet, there could be some truth in some, if not all, the leakages.
God of War Leaks Response from its Director
In a tweet, this morning, Cory Barlog, the director of the previous installments did not comment directly on the leaks by words, but an image of director Hayao Miyazaki posted by him seemed to communicate his disappointment on the matter. In his tweet several workers from God of War have also reacted in a state that display similar.
— cory barlog (@corybarlog) October 24, 2022
Numerous fans that responded to the tweet showed their dissatisfaction with God of War Ragnarok leaks coming about. They expressed their sadness for Barlog and the rest of the development team at Santa Monica Studio. Others offered to advise on how to effectively avoid spoilers before the release which is set for next month.
Methods that can help keep off spoilers
If you are trying to stay away from God of War Ragnarok rumors, you should try keeping off from social media such as Twitter, Facebook, and other platforms or otherwise mute words associated with Ragnarok as a way of dodging the spoilers. While it is not a guarantee that these methods will work, it is at least the best practice for this time.
If you are determined to employ this method of duck and cover from the said spoilers, lucky enough it will not be for long as God of War Ragnarok is set to be released next month on November 9th 2022 and it will be available on both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4.