The game director Eric Williams has been asked about possible God of War Ragnarok DLC in the future, although there is sadly no good news on the horizon. The director has unfortunately denied that DLC for God of War Ragnarok is currently in the works, with all due respect to the fans. Check out the complete details below.
God of War Ragnarok DLC: Director Says “I Wouldn’t Count on It”
The new adventure of Kratos and Atreus has in fact demonstrated the qualities of the Santa Monica team, with the final chapter of the dilogy truly noteworthy. Now there is some bad news from the director Eric Williams that took stock of the situation.
In the latest episode of the Kinda Funny Games, Williams has in fact answered a question from a user about a possible expansion for Ragnarok and, although the director has not completely ruled out a DLC, these probably will not be done.
According to his words, the final game released in stores already contains everything that the Santa Monica development team wanted to include.
“I know we got nothing for God of War 2018, but do you think we could get a DLC for Ragnarok?”, reads a question from a fan.
“Um, I don’t know man,” Williams replied. “That game [God of War Ragnarok] is big. I think we put everything we had into it so I wouldn’t count on it,” explained the director of the PlayStation title.
Averaging around 25 hours, God of War Ragnarok’s story is slightly longer than that of 2018’s God of War. Of course, this doesn’t include the side quests and other game extras.
Either way, right now it’s certainly unlikely that players will be able to step back into Kratos’ shoes anytime soon. You can check the timestamped video of the Kinda Funny Games spoilercast below.