God of War 4 Will be the Most Brutal God of War Title, According to Sony

The upcoming God of War, which is commonly referred as God of War 4, is going to be the most brutal God of War title ever, according to Sony. The upcoming God of War is going to be the eighth installment in the series, continuing the story of Kratos. Fans of God of War are eagerly waiting for the game to release on the PlayStation 4 console, as it is the sequel to 2010’s God of War 3.

During GameStop EXPO 2017, Marketing Vice President of Sony Interactive Entertainment Asad Qizilbash says that the upcoming God of War is going to be the most brutal God of War title.

“The team (developers of GoW) said that this is going to be the most brutal God of War you’ve played.”
– Said Asad Qizilbash, at GameStop EXPO 2017 Twitch livestream, at 5:36:29.


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In 2009, the developers said that God of War 3 is so violent that some scenes are never going to be on the internet. Some of these scenes are so violent, they are never going on the internet – at least, not by us.  They’re just not appropriate for some audiences.”

“Some of these scenes are so violent, they are never going on the internet – at least, not by us.  They’re just not appropriate for some audiences.”

God of War 4 will release sometime in the first quarter of 2018 on the PlayStation 4 console. For more on God of War, stay tuned to GeeksULTD.

 

Afrasiyab Khan

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