Sometimes, many video games feature a Point of No Return. It’s basically a section near the end of the main campaign where you get locked in and can’t finish any side content or do anything unless you’ve completed the main story.
Players are wondering whether God of War Ragnarok features such ‘Point of No Return’ in the game which forbids you to complete any side content unless you’ve finished the main story.
Does God of War Ragnarok feature a Point of No Return?
God of War Ragnarok does not feature a Point of No Return. You can always come back to complete side missions, and collect any collectibles which you might have missed after completing the main campaign of the game. There is absolutely no reason to rush through the game.
You can complete side content even before completing the main story. However, some side missions, chests, or collectibles might require an item that you cannot obtain unless you play the campaign so be aware of that. If you want to avoid any kind of spoilers beforehand, it is suggested that you complete the campaign first before moving on to side content.
How long is God of War Ragnarok?
God of War Ragnarok has a huge campaign along with side content. The time to complete the game will vary from player to player. However, completing only the main campaign would take you 25-30 hours. If you want to achieve 100% completion, then it will take you around 55-60 hours.
Even the side content for God of War Ragnarok is incredibly extensive. Exploring all the Nine Realms will take a lot of time but if you only want to complete the main story without completing any Favours, Treasures, or Collectibles, then it will take you comparatively less time.
About God of War Ragnarok
God of War Ragnarok is an action-adventure game developed by Santa Monica Studio and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It was released on November 9, 2022, for PS4 and PS5.
Ragnarok is the ninth installment in the God of War series, chronologically, and the sequel to 2018’s God of War. Loosely based on Norse mythology, the game is set in ancient Norway and features series protagonists Kratos and his young son Atreus. The events of the game are expected to initiate Ragnarok – a series of events that, according to Norse lore, bring about the end of days and the death of the Norse gods.