Ryan Hurst, who plays the role of Thor of War, was recently interviewed in the NY Times. He revealed that he has just completed his work on the PS5 and PS4 exclusives and that we can assume the phases of motion capture and mansion of the Norse god have ended.
He confirmed the news during Comic Con Revolution 22 last May 21. In an interview, he stated that he had just completed the final half of God of War: Ragnarok.
The last bit was explained by the video uploader, who followed the whole panel. Hurst refers to the dubbing some additional lines of dialogue or other already recorded dialogue that need to be re-recorded.
God of War: Ragnarok artwork by Thor
Hurst also spoke out about how Sony called him to play the role of Thor in the same interview.
This was all they gave me. Two game creators attended the cinema for five hours, showed me the finest pieces of art, and then wrote the story. It was complex and full of elements. Hurst explained that I like new things so motion capture was great for making video games.
Hurst also revealed in the interview that Thor was actually 7 feet tall and was born from Ragnarok. 2.1 metres.
According to Hurst’s quotes, motion capture and dubbing work on Warordan have been well advanced. The real surprise is the fact that the game will finally arrive in stores.
God of War Ragnarok will be available on PS5 and PS4 up to the end of 2022. It was recently rated by the Korean rating board, and the first merchandise to be released online indicated that it would not be available until the end of 2022.