God of War Ragnarok, Cory Barlog takes a stand against spoilers

God of War Ragnarok, Cory Barlog takes a stand against spoilers

God of War Ragnarok

There are still a few weeks left until the official launch of the long-awaited God of War Ragnarok (which you can pre-order on Amazon). The game is already in the hands of some content creators and members of the press who are testing it and spreading its duration but some retailers have found a way to break day one. As a result, several spoilers of the Santa Monica title have surfaced in recent days that have sparked the fury of its author, Cory Barlog.

you know, right now, I can really understand the benefit of having just an installer on the physical disc.

smh pic.twitter.com/tpGnZweyIU

- cory barlog (@corybarlog) October 29, 2022

Lo developer, in fact, through a post on his Twitter account, expressed all his frustration about the story. Using rather controversial words, in fact, Barlog commented on the spoilers on God of War Ragnarok simply saying that, at this point, he is able to understand the benefits of inserting only the installer on the game disc. The developer added that a retailer selling the game almost two weeks in advance is rather underwhelming. In the end, the director concluded by apologizing to all those who will have to spend the next few weeks avoiding spoilers so as not to ruin the gaming experience.| ); }
The reference to the installer, in fact, is linked to the practice, increasingly widespread lately, of inserting nothing more than the basic installation in physical copies of the game. In this way, even if players manage to get their hands on a title in advance, they cannot experience the entire experience but are faced with a castrated product. Only with the patch on day one, then, the developers unlock the rest of the content, thus preventing anyone from playing in advance as happened with God of War Ragnarok.

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