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God of War PS4 Has Gone Gold

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God of War PS4 Has Gone Gold

Sony Santa Monica Studio has announced that God of War has hit gold status, meaning development is now complete and ready to enter manufacturing ahead of its release on April 20.

The game’s director, Cory Barlog, took to the PlayStation Blog to say a few words about his time working on this PS4 exclusive. “This was the scariest, most wonderful thing I have ever done and I can honestly say it would never have been possible without the full-throated support of Sony and the tireless work of the incredible team at Santa Monica Studio. We have been through a lot together and I would not change a thing. You are the best damn team a director could ever hope for and I am thankful beyond words for every ounce of passion and pride you put into this game.”

He’s clearly very proud of what he and Santa Monica Studio have created, and has an emotional attachment to the game’s story and themes. He adds, “Because this story is about fathers and sons, I wanted to thank my father, James Barlog, a source of inspiration and a great writer, who instilled within me the drive to create and the fortitude to survive the difficulties that come with that vocation.”

Hopefully God of War’s return to the Playstation will be a great success, especially considering how much hype has been building over this game since E3 2016, when its reveal trailer was first announced. We’ll just have to see how well the God of War PS4 development went when the game releases on April 20, exclusively for the Playstation 4.

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God of War PS4 was originally announced at E3 2016. The game has been in development for a while now. It is the first God of War game to ditch the fixed camera perspective in favor of a more focused third person camera. Kratos has also picked up a new weapon in the form of an axe that he can throw to attack enemies from a distance as well. It remains to be seen if the Blades of Chaos will make a return in this reboot.

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