God of War Ragnarok is nearing its release date, and the deeper we go, the more disturbing it might get for those who do not want to experience spoilers. Sadly, today, there has been a new leak that imbues such destructive phenomena.
It seems that a reviewer who had his hands on a game copy has been breaking the embargo, which naturally prevents such publications from surfacing. Considering the number of people codes have been sent to, I guess it’s hard to hold them in place.
With review codes already out and running, there’s a massive expectation that new leaks might introduce further spoilers, despite the revealed images from today. Because of today’s leaks, there are some disturbances regarding the game’s story.
It’s a high recommendation to avoid any God of War Ragnarok-related keywords on social media because these types of events are expected to surface more frequently. The Twitter account leaking these images from the final game remains unpunished and active.
While this leak might not pose any harm, as we said, it does provide some hints about the story itself. So far, all of the screenshots that have leaked appear on an unknown Twitter account and show off some fresh game content. For safety reasons, we won’t post the official Twitter profile of the leaker, as it may classify us as a direct spoiler.
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