God of War: Ragnarok has been postponed to 2022 for “voice problems”

Christopher Judge, original voice of Kratos from 2018 and voice actor also in the next one God of War: Ragnarok, revealed the reason for the postponement of the expected sequel to the saga of Santa Monica Studios.

The game, whose launch was scheduled for this 2021, will be released in 2022 with Judge who wanted to take responsibility for this postponement.

God of War: Ragnarok postponed for “fault” of voice actor Christopher Judge

With a series of tweets, the voice actor revealed that in 2019 he underwent a surgery that required a certain period of rehabilitation.

Sony and Snata Monica have thus decided not to rush Judge, waiting the necessary time for him to fully recover

I need to be clear. This has not been approved by anyone. I reach out to beloved God of War fans to tell them that Ragnarok has been postponed because of me. In August 2019, I couldn’t walk. I had to have back and knee surgery. They waited for my rehabilitation.

And Sony Santa Monica never said a word about the postponement and what caused it. What they’ve done for the crew is so much more… which I can’t talk about, but I’ve told everyone involved, which is the most elegant thing I’ve EVER heard of in this business. Everyone involved in the GofW franchise puts their hearts and souls into every frame you see. I want to thank everyone who allowed me to play … And laugh, love and cry, without judgment, but with unconditional support and love.

We remember that God of War: Ragnarok will arrive on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 in 2022.

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