Fans of the God of War series can’t come to terms with Sony’s latest moves. The delay in the premiere of God of War Ragnarok and the game’s release on PlayStation 4 has been mired in bitterness, and the developers responsible for production have received offensive comments. Cory Barlog – the creative director of the series reacted to the situation.
Sony this week God of War Ragnarok premiere postponedand even announced it Production will begin on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. The company changed plans, but Some players feel cheated– We wrote that earlier The title was actually designed for PS4 from the start.
However, the situation does not look good since then Kratos fans started attacking the developers directly by sending them offensive messages. Alanah Pearce – the writer of the game – showed some information:
Cory Barlog defended his team. The creative director asserted that he was responsible for all evil:
“You want to be mad at someone for everything about GOW — latency, ps4/5, trolls, subtitle size, Sigrun, whatever — be mad at me. I made phone calls. I did it.” [w domyśle opóźnienie premiery]. Don’t bother the team, they are all very good people doing a great job.”
Despite this, some players believe the developers lied to the community – and Cory Barlog can’t agree to this either. The creator actually believes his team can bring the game to market in 2021 and it was his fault that such a message appeared on the web.
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