Christopher Judge, the voice actor behind Kratos in 2018’s God of War, posted on Twitter Thursday accountable the delay of 2022’s God of War Ragnarok on himself and his well being. According to the tweets, the Stargate SG-1 actor couldn’t stroll in 2019, and he needed to get each hips changed, alongside again and knee surgical procedure. Judge’s tweets have been seemingly spurred out of gratitude to the God of War neighborhood after followers voted it the best game of all time in IGN’s recent poll.
Over six unthreaded tweets, Judge defined that Sony Santa Monica never threatened him or pestered him about his restoration throughout bodily remedy. “Studios are assholes,” mentioned Judge. “But [Sony Santa Monica] from top to bottom should give us hope.” Judge referred to as what the studio did for himself and the remaining of the crew on God of War “the classiest thing he’s ever heard about in this business.”
in my feels proper now. I have to be forthcoming. This has been authorized by nobody. To the beloved fandom, Ragnarok was delayed as a result of of me. August 2019, I couldn’t stroll. Had to have again surgical procedure, each hips changed, and, knee surgical procedure. They waited for me too rehab…
— Christopher Judge (@iamchrisjudge) September 30, 2021
After thanking the followers, Judge additionally revealed that he “quit” the role of Kratos when Cory Barlog — the director on 2018’s God of War — informed him that God of War Ragnarok would have a unique director. Barlog assured Judge that Eric Williams, the director behind Ragnarok, is “a beast.” Judge ended his tweet confirming that Williams is, actually, “a motherfuckin’ BEAST!!!”
While Judge is seemingly being laborious on himself, God of War followers have flooded his replies for the preliminary tweet with love and assist for the actor’s well-being.
We’ve reached out to Sony for a touch upon Judge’s tweets.
God of War Ragnarok is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 someday subsequent 12 months, although Sony Interactive Entertainment has not introduced a selected launch date.