God of War: Ragnarok comes out in a few days and while the review embargo isn’t lifting until a few hours, a leaked review revealed a perfect 5/5 score which is good news for the upcoming game.

Last updated on November 7th, 2022 at 04:34 am

Leaked God Of War Ragnarok Review Scores The Game 5/5

The perfect score review of God of War: Ragnarok has been leaked by Jeuxvideo, one of the Metacritic review websites. The publication has 2,499 reviews on Metacritic and gave God of War 2018 a perfect score as well (20/20).

The meta description is in another language but there is nothing interesting there, it is just some general information about the game being developed by Santa Monica Studio and how it is the follow-up to the 2018 reboot. What is interesting is that the publication scores games out of 20 and google is giving it a 5-star rating. I would imagine that this is a translation so 5/5 would translate to 20/20.

This is no doubt good news for the upcoming game and we expected nothing less from Santa Monica. If you were on the fence regarding the game and were waiting for reviews to come out then it seems that God of War: Ragnarok is going to be highly recommended and you can pick it up at launch.

If you are interested in learning more about the game then you can check out our article on why the sun and moon are still in the game trailer. You can also check out our article theorizing who Kratos is carrying in the story trailer. You can also check out our guide on all the trophies in the game.


  1. I don’t trust perfect scores…. Ever…. No game is perfect, nor has there ever been a perfect game. The last God of War was FAR from perfect…. Still a great game but certainly not perfect. It’s so hard to find honest and intelligent sources of review with gaming anymore…

  2. You sound like one of my professors back at uni. He never gave anyone an A+ on anything, and rarely gave out As at all. He’d defend it by saying that nothing was ever perfect. Everyone hate him because he failed to consider that other professors for the same class didn’t do this, creating disparity between students with the same quality of work. Though I agree with the statement that no game is perfect, most publishing companies give out bonuses etc. if certain review requirements are met. If a game hits all right notes, why be the gatekeeper solely on a scoring principal? Especially if it’s on a 5 or 10-point scale where it’s far closer to a 5 or 10 then it is a 4 or 9…?

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