26% of God of War Ragnarok players have finished the story

26% of God of War Ragnarok players have already finished the main story. That’s at least according to recent Trophy data.

At the time of writing just over 26% of players have now acquired the Trophy that confirms a story completion. However, that percentage will no doubt increase in the upcoming weeks and months.

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Players are loving God of War Ragnarok

That being said, we’re not surprised by this data and Sony’s latest hit is proving to be a Game of the Year contender as indicated by its nominations at The Game Awards 2022.

God of War Ragnarok is a big game and it’s suggested that it can take at least 20 hours to finish the story. However, that’s when you don’t take into account the many side-quests and collectable hoarding. So, when you consider that this game has only been out for around two weeks, a 26% completion rate is quite impressive.

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Furthermore, at the time of writing 4.4% of players have acquired the Platinum Trophy. In Platinum terms being so close to the November 9th launch, is also quite impressive. By the looks of things, the Ragnarok Platinum is not too difficult, it just appears to be time-consuming.

We reviewed God of War Ragnarok

In our review of God of War Ragnarok, we said: “Ragnarok is everything you loved about the previous title, but amplified. The longer story and expanded worlds give way for characters to develop in meaningful ways, making the whole game feel very much like a sequel worthy of its predecessor.

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Credit: Santa Monica Studio

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