"Stop prompting" - players are not at all satisfied with the fact that partners in God of War Ragnarok immediately tell the solution to puzzles
The release of God of War Ragnarok took place on November 9 and it can already be called successful. High marks from critics and players, success in sales and high statistics on Twitch. However, players have found one thing they don't like at all - the game immediately suggests solving puzzles.
Here's What We Know
On Twitter, you can already find dozens of publications about the fact that few people like this innovation. Fans claim that Ragnarok seems to be designed for those who cannot solve school-level puzzles. Players are already asking the developers to add an option so that partners do not immediately tell the solution to the puzzle, because the essence of the puzzle is to solve it yourself.
Dear all AAA game developers, please have an option to disable NPC companions from spoiling the answer to a puzzle you crafted for us to solve. It's so annoying having the puzzle spoiled before I have a chance to even think about it. The point of a puzzle is to solve it.- DansGaming (@Dansgaming) November 13, 2022
We have already discussed whether the game has an option for partners to finally stop giving hints, but as it became known - the game simply does not have such an option. Therefore, either the developers will do it in the next update, or we will have to continue to hear the solution to the problems.
I'm loving god of war but man the handholding is out of this world. I don't even get a chance to look at a puzzle before my companions are like "hey maybe do this" and spoil the entire puzzle- emo homo (@jonnyplantey) November 13, 2022
This is the second point that players do not like. Before that, it became known that some people who purchased the collector's edition wrote that the box did not contain the code to the game itself. Those who purchased the PS5 version generally received a copy for PS4, despite the fact that the "Redeem Code" flyer clearly stated that it was intended for PlayStation 5.
Otherwise, there are no complaints about Ragnarok. This is a project that claims the title of "Game of the Year". The audience was delighted with the story, characters, game world and gameplay.
God of War Ragnarok is a direct sequel to God of War (2018). The project is developed by Santa Monica studio. The events unfold in Scandinavian mythology and tell about the plight of the former Greek god of war Kratos, who moved to Scandinavia, started a family and is trying to become a real father to his young son Atreus. However, the traumas of the past do not allow Kratos to get over himself.
God of War Ragnarok was released on November 9 exclusively for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.