The recent behind the scenes videos aren’t as extensive or raw as the documentary for its predecessor, but it is still a rewarding peak behind the drape of such an enormous game. It’s unclear if Sony prepares to do any more documentaries for future video games or if it will simply choose to do general behind the scenes videos in small portions on YouTube.
The advancement of the game was also a fascinating one as it was a cross-gen PS4/PS5 game that was largely developed of throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The group behind the game even recently specified that it wasn’t specific the game was up to snuff until just a couple of months before release.
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Provided the very complex and often untidy nature of video game development, many individuals desire to see how the sausage is made. Sony has made a few documentaries for games like The Last of the United States and God of War that provide a transparent, honest take a look at how these video games are made over the course of a number of years. Given the distinct circumstances presented throughout the development of God of War Ragnarök, many were hoping we’d get a documentary about it. An insider by the name of Millie A on Twitter specified a feature length documentary about the video game’s advancement and the barriers of COVID-19 and the pressures of following up such a distinguished video game was on the method. Sony Santa Monica rapidly nipped this in the bud and stated this isn’t real, as the team rather decided to make shorter behind the scenes videos that launch every Tuesday and chronicle a piece of the game’s advancement.