Christopher Judge, the voice actor behind Kratos in 2018 God of War, Published in Twitter Thursday blame the delay on 2022 God of War Ragnarok about himself and his health. According to the tweets, the Stargate SG-1 The actor was unable to walk in 2019 and had to have both hips replaced, along with back and knee surgery. Judge’s tweets were apparently boosted in thanks to the God of War community after fans voted it the best game of all time on Recent IGN survey.
Over six wireless tweets, Judge explained that Sony Santa Monica never threatened him or upset you about your recovery during physical therapy. “The studios are idiots,” Judge said. “But [Sony Santa Monica] top to bottom should give us hope. “Judge called out what the studio did for him and the rest of the team in God of War.”the fanciest thing you’ve ever heard of in this business. “
in my feelings right now. I need to be communicative. This has not been approved by anyone. To the beloved fandom, Ragnarok was delayed because of me. August 2019, I couldn’t walk. He had to undergo back surgery, replacement of both hips, and knee surgery. They also waited for me in rehab …
– Christopher Judge (@iamchrisjudge) September 30, 2021
After thanking fans, Judge also revealed that he “gave up” the role of Kratos when Cory Barlog – the director in 2018’s God of War – I told him God of War Ragnarok would have a different director. Barlog assured Judge that Eric Williams, the director behind Ragnarok, It is a beast”. Judge ended his tweet by confirming that Williams is, in fact, “a fucking BEAST !!!”
While Judge is apparently being tough on himself, God of War fans have flooded their responses to the initial tweet with love and support for the actor’s well-being.
We reached out to Sony for comment on Judge’s tweets.
God of War Ragnarok coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 at some point next yearAlthough Sony Interactive Entertainment has not announced a specific release date.