God of War Ragnarok spoiler warning high after Sony leaks Odin

By Lee Brady,

A new God of War Ragnarok leak gives PlayStation players their first look at Odin, as a Sony security issue continues to see ever-more revealing glimpses of the upcoming PS5 and PS4 title uploaded online.

God of War Ragnarok's latest leaker, who recently uploaded concept art of Odin's yet-to-be-revealed look in the PS5 and PS4 game, has hinted that more information they have withheld "spoils all of Ragnarok." While nothing significantly spoiler-laden has been uploaded yet, players eager to check out Santa Monica's upcoming PlayStation Studio title will want to keep their ravens' eyes shut as God of War Ragnarok spoilers seem primed to leak any day now.

god of war ragnarok leaksKratos, surrounded by leakers on all fronts.

Sony security issues continue as God of War Ragnarok leaks Odin design

Concept art depicting God of War Ragnarok's Odin was linked in a moderator-verified Reddit post by leaker Dusk Golem. While we barely get a glimpse of the art under Dusk Golem's tongue-in-cheek watermark, the post appears to be genuine and seems to confirm our original story's reported rumour that more God of War Ragnarok leaks was inbound after Nick “Shpeshal Nick” Baker hinted he too had access to more information after suggesting Sony had significant "security problems."

In a Twitter thread, Dusk Golem suggests that the information he has seems to spoil the upcoming game's story — however, he has refrained from uploading these details as he feels "only lightly educated" regarding the events of the God of War series. Whether true or not, it seems all evidence so far points to an influx of Ragnarok spoilers coming ahead of the game's November release date, which eager players should be made aware of.

god of war odinExcerpt of Dusk Golem Twitter conversation.

The Odin concept is probably more of a spoiler for the God of War Ragnarok art book than it is the actual game, as it seems to confirm the same character design seen in various statues in God of War (2018). Worry not — any spoilers we cover will be well earmarked; we don't even like the idea of God of War Ragnarok trophies containing spoilers, that's why you'll have to click a separate link to see trophy spoilers when they land. Regardless, let us know your thoughts on Sony's continuing issues, Odin's leaked design, or Ragnarok spoilers down below.

Original Story:
It looks like Sony’s PS5 and PS Plus leaks will continue with a God of War Ragnarok leak having been teased. PlayStation fans will be long accustomed to PlayStation Plus leaks; however, this past month has seen a significant increase in leaked news coming from Sony.

New God of War Ragnarok leak teased by The Last of Us Part 1 leak source

god-of-war-ragnarok-sony-leaksLooks like we might hear more about Kratos in the near future.

Greatly anticipated games such as God of War Ragnarok and The Last of Us Part 1 have been subject to severe leaks, as well as a host of future PS Plus titles dropping early like Soulcalibre and Dino Crisis, LocoRoco, Disgaea for PSP, and the headline Premium and Extra games of July 2022. Now, a potential upcoming God of War Ragnarok leak has been teased by Nick “Shpeshal Nick” Baker, in a discussion about Sony’s leak problems on XboxEra Podcast livestream.

“Sony may have a little bit of an issue — a security problem,” said Baker. “I’ve been getting offers for more stuff. [...] I might be getting some stuff from an angry Greek fellow that is dabbling in Norse mythology at some point.” In a series of now-deleted Tweets (the images are still available in this thread), Baker had previously managed to get a hold of The Last of Us Part 1 screengrabs, so it’s very possible he still has sources with new material from Sony.

Of course, it’s best to take everything here with a pinch of salt. Baker was also the source of a spurious crossover rumour between The Last of Us and popular online shooter Fortnite — a rumour that has since been knocked back in a tweet by the original game’s director, Neil Druckmann. It’s possible that Baker has been misled regarding new God of War Ragnarok information — we’ll just have to wait and see.

Still, regardless of whether the God of War Ragnarok leak is confirmed or not, there’s certainly been a sudden uptick in PS5 and PS Plus game leaks from Sony as of late. What do you think about Sony’s leak problem? Are you worried about the effects these leaks have on the developers and management of expectations, or are you just happy to have more PlayStation news dropping more regularly? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Lee Brady
Written by Lee Brady
Lee is a Staff Writer specialising in all things PlayStation. He covers games like The Last of Us Part 1 and Marvel's Spider-Man, PS1 classics on PS Plus Premium, and everything Sonic, Kingdom Hearts and Overwatch 2. He also writes bad screenplays.