No Spoilers Are Mentioned in this ArticleIt’s no secret that God of War Ragnarok spoilers and leaks have appeared online with a high frequency over the past week or so, with producer Cory Barlog angrily revealing the source of these in a recent Twitter post. It’s no doubt that God of War Ragnarok is one of the most anticipated games of 2022, so for fans who prefer to go in blind, the sheer number of spoilers posted on Reddit, YouTube, and so on makes them incredibly hard to avoid.

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Indeed, given that God of War Ragnarok still has several days to go until release, seeing the internet so inundated with them can be quite discouraging. One could argue that they are not as bad as The Last of Us 2 leaks that appeared online ahead of its release, but the fact is there’s enough out to ruin key moments of the experiences. Fans are encouraged to avoid all social media, as well as mute several keywords to stay fresh as possible. But, no doubt, many are curious as to how this even happened.

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In a recent post, Cory Barlog opened by stating how he can understand having an installer on a disc right now, seemingly referencing how Modern Warfare 2‘s disc has very little data on it, but he followed this up by revealing a retailer has apparently sold copies of the game two weeks before the release. In other words, those posting videos, spoilers, and leaks online may have received their copies by a retailer breaking street dates. This isn’t the first time something like this has happened, but the fact remains that this has had a huge and wide impact on fans of the franchise.

Cory Barlog is quite angry that fans are having to dodge spoilers, stating that it is “completely f*cking stupid” some fans have to do this. He states, and it’s quite clear, that this isn’t how Santa Monica Studio wanted the launch to go. Indeed, if even one fan has something ruined for them, it could completely destroy their hype and anticipation for God of War Ragnarok.

And to reiterate how they are everywhere, even some comments on Cory Barlog‘s thread include screenshots, links, and more to leaked details. Sony and Santa Monica are no doubt doing what they can to rein this in, but to be safe, fans should not venture there. And it’s unfortunate that some retailer somewhere, as well as those who purchased the game, could potentially ruin the experience for so many fans.

God of War Ragnarok releases November 9 for PS4 and PS5.

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