Cory Barlog, director of God of War has released a few more details regarding the game, in an interview with Level Up, a Spanish gaming outlet. For starters, unlike God Of War: Ascension for the PS3, the upcoming God Of War for PS4 will not have multiplayer. The director also confirmed that Kratos will appear in further games, meaning this one won’t be his last.
The game’s lack of a multiplayer probably won’t come off as too much of a surprise. In fact, critics and fans alike can acknowledge that Kratos’ adventures would much preferably be experienced through a single player campaign. Lots of core changes have already been implemented, such as a change in the game’s perspective, the addition of a son to accompany Kratos (or vice versa), as well as the reveal of the more humane, subdued side of the Ghost of Sparta. These are all welcome changes, so we won’t be missing the multiplayer.
Level Up also claims that the game will be running at 30 frames-per-second. This is yet to be confirmed by developers Santa Monica Studio, or publishers Sony.
We’ve already been given a lot of details regarding the forthcoming game, including the game’s transition to Norse mythology. No release date has been mentioned as yet, but stay tuned for more details regarding God Of War as the year progresses.
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