God Of War Ragnarok Is Reportedly Causing Developers To Avoid Releasing Games In November

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God of War Ragnarok is reportedly causing developers to avoid releasing their games in November. Without a doubt, God of War Ragnarok is the biggest game left to release in 2022, which should come as no surprise considering how beloved the last game was.

It probably doesn't come as a surprise to hear that developers are reportedly avoiding releasing their games in November, just to give Ragnarok its space.

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During the episode, Tim Gettys mentions to Greg Miller that he's had discussions with developers where they've admitted to giving God of War Ragnarok its room and actively avoided releasing their games alongside it due to how popular it is.

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