Santa Monica Studio denies God of War: Ragnarok documentary rumor

Santa Monica Studio confirmed that it won't produce a sequel to its Raising Kratos development documentary that will put the spotlight on God of War: Ragnarok.

Santa Monica Studio's Raising Kratos development documentary was released in 2019, a year after the award-winning reboot came out in 2018. Three years later, God of War: Ragnarok is finally out and fans are expecting a follow-up. But, Santa Monica is having none of it, as it confirms that no such documentary is being worked on.

You can probably compile the BTS series and watch it as a whole as a pseudo God of War: Ragnarok documentary.

Millie A poured gasoline into the rumor mill dumpster fire after claiming that Santa Monica Studio will write, film, edit, and produce a documentary covering "the pressure to follow up on God of War, the impact of Covid and more."

Naturally, the tweet gained traction but Santa Monica Studio quickly put a knife to it.

Don't worry, the studio explains the BTS series that comes out every Tuesday is enough. If you want a more intimate look at the development of God of War: Ragnarok, this should be your cup of tea.

God of War: Ragnarok continues to dominate headlines after launching on November 9, not an easy thing to do. Keep in mind, God of War: Ragnarok came out around the same time as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0.

Despite facing heavy competition, Kratos' latest outing outsold all but FIFA 23 this year en route to securing the second-highest critic score of the year.

God of War: Ragnarok is now the frontrunner to win GOTY alongside Elden Ring.

Fans better savor God of War: Ragnarok because it'll be the only God of War game we'll have in a while.

We'll find out if God of War: Ragnarok will make it two in a row for Santa Monica Studio's games once Geoff Keighley announces the winners of this year's GOTY award at The Game Awards on December 9.

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