God Of War Ragnarok 2.03 Update Released

God Of War Ragnarok Update 2.03 Introduction

This week, a set of patch notes for God of War: God Of War Ragnarok Update 2.03 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 brought the game up to Version 2.03. This quick update comes after Version 2.02, which came out a few days ago and had its own patch notes. Given how close this patch is to the last one, it makes sense that the only things in the patch notes for Version 2.03 are fixes for bugs that players were having.

Even though Version 2.03 only makes a few changes, they seem to be pretty good ones. They fix things like crashes and errors in the God Of War Ragnarok Update 2.03 progression that could leave players stuck at different points.

The game just came out a few weeks ago, and players were very excited about it. The game keeps getting new updates, and its sales keep breaking records. A while ago, Santa Monica put out a new patch that fixed bugs and made the game better. Without a doubt, the latest version is the best way to get a better Kratos. Here’s what’s new in the 2.03 update for God of War: Ragnarok.

God Of War Ragnarok Update 2.03 Patch Notes

Stability and Getting Things Done

  • Fixed a rare bug that could cause the equipment menu to crash.
  • Fixed a rare crash that happened when looking at the list of quests in the journal.
  • Fixed a rare bug that caused the game to crash when using the map.
  • Fixed a bug that could cause the game to crash at any time.
  • God of War Ragnarok came out 10 days ago, and like all new games, it has some bugs that make it less fun to play.

God Of War Ragnarok Update 2.03 Santa Monica Studio wants to figure out how to fix these problems as soon as possible. Because of this, there were four updates in the last 10 days. The latest version is 2.03, and it doesn’t change much. Instead, it focuses on making things more stable and faster. For example, the bugs that caused crashes during game play and in the map, journal, and equipment menus have been fixed. Most importantly, a bug that could cause players to get stuck in the caves during “The Lost Sanctuary” quest has been fixed.

God of War Ragnarok can be played on both the PS4 and the PS5. For more information about this patch, please visit the official God of War Ragnarok site.

God Of War Ragnarok Update Ps5

God of War God Of War Ragnarok Update 2.03 recently got a new update on both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. This update was made by Santa Monica Studio. Ragnarok has been out for almost a week, and it already has a huge following on both PlayStation consoles. Even though the game didn’t seem to have too many bugs when it came out, Santa Monica Studio wants to make the overall experience better with this new patch.

Update 2.03 for God of War Ragnarok can be downloaded right now, but it doesn’t do much in the grand scheme of things. In fact, the patch adds nothing more than “service adjustments” for PS5 users. But there are a few more changes and additions on PS4. Santa Monica Studio has added a Polish language option to the PS4 version of Ragnarok, in addition to fixing a few bugs.

Even though this new update for God of War Ragnarok isn’t very big, it seems to be a sign that we’ll be getting bigger patches for the game soon. In the meantime, you can find the full list of new patch notes for God of War Ragnarok down below if you want to read them.

God Of War Ragnarök Gameplay: Our First Impressions

Before we posted our review of God of War: Ragnarok, we were able to talk about the first few hours without giving anything away. These are still here for you.

First of all, it’s important to point out that God of War God Of War Ragnarok Update 2.03 feels just as good to play as the last game, and that the combat is just as fun as it always was. Also, the game doesn’t waste much time getting you set up, and you’ll soon have two weapons you’ve used before.

Coming back to this world feels completely natural, and the game doesn’t take long to remind you where the last one ended and what Kratos and Atreus still need to do. Kratos wants to keep training, while Atreus is getting impatient in his search for answers and understanding about himself.

In the first couple of hours, there are some cool God Of War Ragnarok Update 2.03  character moments, and the game seems eager to get you into the action as soon as humanly (or divinely) possible. Even though Sunny Suljic’s voice for Atreus has changed, the returning cast still fits their roles perfectly, and spending more time with them is like getting back under a warm blanket.

Of course, that warm, cosy feeling is soon replaced by savage bloodletting, but Kratos is still trying to leave behind his war-making and killing ways. Christopher Judge’s voice work is still great, and he does a great job of selling this inner conflict. We can’t wait to see where this last chapter of the Norse saga takes him.

Combat is still a big part of the fun, and Kratos’s raw strength and Atreus’s skill with a bow and arrow still work very well together. We hope to see some new fighting features at some point, but for now, it feels like we’re just picking up where we left off, which isn’t a bad thing considering how good the last game was.

So far, nothing has seemed less than good. With our PS5 hooked up to a 4K TV, the graphics look great. There are a lot of rich details and beautiful environments, and the lack of loading screens in this series is still very welcome. It’s great to be home again.


Will God Of War Ragnarok Come To PS4?

God of War Ragnarok is now available on PS4, yes. Players who haven’t yet bought a PS5 will be very happy to hear that. You can order God of War Ragnarok for PS4 from stores like GAME and Amazon, or you can just use the built-in store on the console.

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