One of essentially the most anticipated PS4 video games of 2018 has now reached a important milestone. On Twitter, the official PlayStation account introduced that the upcoming God of War has gone gold, that means the sport is now able to be despatched off for manufacturing.
Along with the announcement, recreation director Cory Barlog shared his ideas on reaching the milestone and mirrored on the sport’s improvement in a submit on the PlayStation Blog. “Going gold means a lot extra to me with this recreation,” Barlog stated. “It has been an extended and exhausting journey stuffed with laughs, arguments, and a wholesome dose of fear–with a aspect of doubt.
“This was the scariest, most fantastic factor I’ve ever accomplished and I can truthfully say it might by no means have been attainable with out the full-throated help of Sony and the tireless work of the unimaginable crew at Santa Monica Studio. We have been by so much collectively and I’d not change a factor.”
Unlike earlier entries, God of War for PS4 serves as one thing of a reboot for the collection. The recreation is rooted in Norse mythology fairly than Greek like earlier installments and tells a extra private story specializing in Kratos and his younger son, Atreus. It additionally contains a markedly totally different fight system, in addition to a cool one-shot cinematic approach that presents the complete story in a single, uninterrupted shot with out cuts or fades.
God of War releases for PS4 on April 20. The recreation is will take roughly 30 hours to complete, making it for much longer than its predecessors, and Barlog confirmed it will not embody microtransactions. We lately acquired an opportunity to speak with Barlog in regards to the recreation and the way God of War discovered from The Last of Us.