New ‘GOD OF WAR’ Trailer + Release Date Announced

So, 20th April 2018… mark the date on your calendar. Clear that schedule, tell your significant other they are wonderful, because that is always a nice thing to do, and then wonder what you will do with all that free time you have now that you don’t need to keep asking me when the release date is.



‘GOD OF WAR’ May Take A Dive Into Egyptian And Mayan Mythologies

God of War is one of the biggest franchises across all platforms and it’s PS exclusive. The next iteration will be released first quarter of 2018.
The first 6 games were all about the Greek mythology. The next title in the series will take a new approach, introducing Norse mythology and belief system. In an interview with Cory Barlog (game director), the Egyptian- and Mayans- mythology are being teased:

The Greek games were the Greek era of God of War. Moving on, the next mythological belief system he interacts with became the Norse era of God of War. But we may end up going on to the Egyptian era and the Mayan era and so on and so forth.

It’s unknwn when or where the series may be heading but the director stated that:

It was getting old. The storyline with Kratos being the hardcore badass – I think people were starting to say, ‘What’s next?’ I felt like, in order to reinvent, we really needed to turn a lot of things around.


The New ‘GOD OF WAR’ Will Be Around 30 Hours Long

The new God of War seems to become the longest game in the series. Producer Cory Barlog has uder PSX announced that during the latest testplays, the playtime cloacked at around 25 – 35 hours.

Over the last four or five playtests, we’ve been clocking the total gameplay time is somewhere in the arena of 25 to 35 hours. So accidentally made it a lot bigger.

Earlier games in the series took about 10 hours to finish. It remains to see how much of ghe time will be spent on the main story respectively on the side quests.


According to Gamereactor Sweden we son’t see any new footage of God of War 4 at Playstation Experience(3-4 December).

The creative director at Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Santa Monica Studio – Cory Barlog – has stated the following on Twitter:

“Sadly, I won’t be showing anything of the game at psx, just heading there to hang out with playstation fans and play games.”

See it for yourself:


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