God Of War Ragnarok's Ending Will Be 'Surprising Yet Inevitable,' Says Game Director

God of War Ragnarok closes the Norse saga that began in God of War (2018), and we've gotten more hints from game director Eric Williams about what this upcoming sequel will offer.

Speaking to IGN, Williams, who was interviewed alongside producer Cory Barlog, discussed what players can look forward to in Ragnarok. Touching upon the game's ending, Williams confirmed Sony Santa Monica wanted Ragnarok's to be "surprising, yet inevitable."

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God Of War Ragnarok Ending Will Be 'Surprising Yet Inevitable,' Says Game Director

Admittedly, that's a vague declaration by Williams, but it's led to speculation about what this ending could hold. One common theory - as seen on Altchar - suggests Williams could be hinting at Kratos' possible death. There's no guarantee what Ragnarok will bring, but we'd speculate it'll be emotional.

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God of War Ragnarok is currently scheduled for a cross-gen launch between PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, though we've only got a vague 2022 release date. We'll keep you informed as we learn more about Ragnarok, and make sure to follow us for more gaming news and updates.