While it will likely still have an M for Mature rating, it seems like God of War PS4 will be ditching one of the series’ more controversial aspects: the sex mini-game. These have been around since the first game on PS2, so some could argue that they’re a tradition, while others can say that it’s been a long time coming. Either way, it’s an interesting move.
The news was confirmed by the game?s director on Twitter, where several details about the game were also revealed. The upcoming installment will be directed by Cory Barlog, who directed God of War 2, the one many fans consider as the best of the series in terms of story. Barlog answered several questions on Twitter, which also gave fans more details about the upcoming hack-and-slash title.
Aside from the lack of sex mini-games, God of War PS4 will supposedly be a lengthy experience. This is good for fans of lengthy adventures, especially since most God of War games were tough but not that long. Barlog didn’t state how long this new game would be, but the promise of a lengthy Kratos adventure should be enough to satisfy fans for the long wait.
Other interesting bits of information include the game being translated to as many languages as possible. Barlog is also hoping to translate the game into old Norse, since the title is in that setting, though that might have been a joke. Barlog also confirmed that the game would not be an interactive movie like Heavy Rain or the upcoming Detroit game.
It’s clear that the new game has captured the attention of many a gamer and should be one of the most anticipated games of 2017. It already has a new storyline and gorgeous graphics, along with the God of War brand and plenty of killing, so this will definitely be a big hit. The only controversial aspect about it is the fact that it’s not called God of War 4, despite being a direct sequel to 3, but that’s minor at best.
God of War PS4 is expected to hit Sony’s current-gen console next year. An exact date has yet to be announced, but it could debut in 2018 as well. ?