God of War: The delay of the Twilight of the Gods may be due to the actor’s surgery

God of War: Ragnarok is one of Sony’s most anticipated releases. The sequel to the big hit of 2018 was originally teased about a year ago, and we initially expected Ragnarok to be released sometime this year. However, in June, Sony confirmed that the title will be postponed until 2022. Several factors may cause this delay, but Kratos’ voice actor Christopher Judge recently claimed responsibility on Twitter.

In fact, it’s hard to say that Judge was fully responsible for Ragnarok’s delay. The voice actors do not understand every detail of the game production process, and factors such as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may also have played a role in Sony’s rescheduling. Even so, it is interesting to hear the judge’s opinion on the matter. We are very happy to hear that he is doing better these days. This actor has brought a lot to Kratos’ personality, and we are very happy that he will return to Ragnarok.

For more information on God of War: Ragnarok, be sure to read our recent interview with director Eric Williams, where he talked about his vision for Thor and how having no children affected his overall design of the character. Regarding Thor, Williams said, “Marvel’s interpretation of him is one thing. It’s very interesting. We think, you know, a deeper understanding of the myth itself,” Williams said of Thor’s stronger body. . Godliness is the sense of existence. Although this version of Thor does not look like a sculpted underwear model, his power and strength characteristics are equally effective. Williams also talked about the taller people he knew in real life and how to turn them into Thor: “They appear immediately. And not always because of muscles. They are like a wall of people, you know. . So this is a wall of God, you know, that’s why it’s so important.”