God of War is one of the most popular exclusives that the PlayStation 4 has ever put forth. In the interview below Cory delves into the mythos of God of War 4, and the new upcoming title which is slated to break from the Greek mythology its predecessors were based on.
Barlog goes on to speak about how the new Norse Mythology angle will have a lot of stories to tap into, Some highlights of the video are:
- Barlog mentions that the art team went out to Iceland to research the art and style needed for the game.
- Replicas of the toys shown at E3 2016 are shown and explained.
- Cory explains how the UI is linked together through artifacts he shows.
- Barlog speaks to the core theme, Family which is an undercurrent that runs throughout the entire game.
- Kratos’ son will play as sort of the opposite of his father, by being very empathetic.
God of War 4 looks like it’s going to be an awesome game with a lot of new surprises in store for fans and newcomers alike. Let us know in the comments how you feel about the new God of War game and what it will be like to see Kratos with his son. God of War 4 is set to launch April 20th on the PlayStation 4.
From Garrett Fuller’s “What We Loved About God of War”:
The story of a full-blown killing machine able to conquer amazing beasts and gods can get pretty dull. After years of amazing fight mechanics and epic battles, the new story of God of War immediately sucked us into the gameplay. Having a son to train and living in the northern forests changes the tone of the game a lot. As a matter of fact, Kratos takes on a new weapon with his battle ax, a new look, and a much more fatherly tone. He’s got a hipster beard, after all. Has he finally let go of his rage? We doubt it.