A fresh patch has been made available for the PlayStation-only adventure God of War Ragnarok by Santa Monica Studio.
Only two significant items are included in this patch, which is much smaller than the previous one. However, it ought to be accessible for the game right now; thus, turn on your PlayStation and download it right away.
Unfortunately, this patch does not yet implement the promised Photo Mode. Additionally, there hasn’t been any New Game Plus addition for people who have already finished the game.
Here are the patch notes in their entirety, courtesy of Sony Santa Monica’s official website.
Patch notes 2.04 for God of War Ragnarok
- The issue where some players couldn’t alter the difficulty setting in-game has been fixed.
Stability and performance
- An occasional crash that could happen in the weapons menu has been fixed.
Deals for God of War: Ragnarok
Deals for God of War: Ragnarok is coming this Black Friday. Even though it has only been available since November 9th, it is already flying off the shelves like the Leviathan Axe. You can be sure that we’ll be here for you when God of War Ragnarok Black Friday discounts become available because we are always searching for the best gaming offers, from God of War Ragnarok to Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Not bad, is it not?
Retailers are finding it difficult to hold onto copies of the second God of War game since it has been performing as expectedly well and has received praise from both critics and fans.
FAQs for God of War Ragnarok
The PC version of God of War Ragnarok?
We could be in for a lengthier wait than just a year, considering that it took the 2018 God of War game around four years to arrive on PC. It did so on January 14, 2022. But we fail to understand why it needs to take so long.
Will there be an expansion for God of War Ragnarok?
No. God of War Ragnarok is a comprehensive follow-up to God of War (2018), which was first made available for the PlayStation 4.
God of War Ragnarok—is this the final game?
Both yes and no. In an interview with KaptainKube, directors Cory Balrog and Eric Williams stated that Ragnarok will be the final game in God of War’s Norse mythology narrative.
Neither man, though, would say with certainty whether this means we won’t see a God of War game set in a different mythology. We’ll have to wait and see for now.