God of War fans are losing it, send D*** pics to developer

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God of War Ragnarök is one of the most anticipated games of the year and accordingly there are a lot of anxious fans waiting for new details but specifically an official launch date.

After speculation around a rumored announcement reaches maximum hype and then fails to actually take place God of War fans take to social media with their frustrations and speculation about a delay. Oh and also d*** picks.

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