In the afternoon, God of War Ragnarok’s average scores were released, and we see the incredible performance of the latest PlayStation 5 exclusive.
God of War can be considered one of the best collections of the video game industry and PlayStation, whose initial trilogy can be called the crown jewel of the hack and slash game portfolio. Meanwhile, Santa Monica, the creator of God of War, made big changes in the fourth edition, and this time Kratos came to gamers with a more mature appearance and a different style. After God of War in 2018, users were more thirsty than before waiting for the continuation of the game to find out the fate of Kratos, and now there is less than a week left until the release of the game.
God of War Ragnarok will be released on November 18 for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. A bigger world and a more diverse gameplay are among the things that the developer team has promised to users, and users are expected to experience a deeper adventure than before. Now this afternoon the average score of God of War Ragnarok was published and we see the extraordinary performance of Sony’s latest exclusive. In the following, you can read some of the opinions of critics of God of War Ragnarok on Zoomji and share your opinions with us.
God of War Ragnarok
- Manufacturer: Sony Santa Monica
- publisher: Sony
- style: Action adventure
- Platform: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
IGN: 100 out of 100
God of War Ragnarok is a remarkable achievement and has set a new high standard that makes similar products look mortal by comparison.
VGC: 100 out of 100
God of War Ragnarok is an incredibly special game. Like few released games, it is considered a vital work that is filled with brilliant performance and a great story until the last astonishing act. This is a game that has fulfilled all its goals at the highest possible level.
God Is Geek: 100 out of 100
God of War Ragnarok is the definition of a masterpiece, featuring some of the best combat of all time and a gripping, moving and ambitious story. It also contains many things to do to prevent the game from ending.
GamesRadar: 90 out of 100
I found God of War Ragnarok to be a strange multi-part experience. At the beginning, you feel a certain lightness. It’s still a good trend, but it lacks enough depth. Meanwhile, at the end, you will feel a certain heaviness that is equal to the previous version moment by moment. Apart from the 15-hour story experience that tried to be presented in the form of a 30-hour experience, God of War Ragnarok is easily one of the best PlayStation 5 games of the year. This statement, taking into account things like the shallowness of the game compared to the previous version, the level of polish and entertainment is the same as before; Even though the story seems to be just to fill time. At the right time, you will feel the sensitivity of the game, in the end, you will feel a countless beat and a satisfactory resolution.
GameSpot: 90 out of 100
For every violence in the game, there is a general and related feeling. How emotional you get varies from person to person, but a few sequences left me in tears. God of War Ragnarok showcases Sony Santa Monica’s storytelling team as one of the best in the business.