God of War Ragnarök Gets Rated in Korea

For people who spend their time gaming on Sony's PlayStation line of consoles, there are few upcoming games more exciting than God of War Ragnarök on the PS4 and PS5.

Fans of the series have been begging for more info on the sequel to 2018's blockbuster God of War game, with rumours and speculation surrounding a potential State of Play to reveal the game or fears of an impending delay.

A new post from the Korean Ratings Board surrounding the game has put many of these fears to rest. Here's what we know so far.

Korean Ratings Board Gives God of War Ragnarök a Rating

A screenshot of the Korean Ratings Board for God of War Ragnarök
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The arrival of a rating for God of War Ragnarök suggests that the game will still be arriving in 2022 and that a reveal can be expected soon.

A game being rated is usually an indicator of an impending release and the Korean Ratings Board seems to be a common place for such information to be leaked from. Famously, in October of 2020, the same rating board posted about Mass Effect Legendary Edition being rated in Korea. This is noteworthy as the game hadn't been revealed publicly and was only rumoured about, confirming its existence for everyone.

The Korean Ratings Board post suggests that the game contains excessive profanity in conversation and potentially features unspecified characters using drugs or drinking alcohol in a pub-like setting so expect the title to get a fairly high age rating in your region once more ratings are publicised.

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