God of War 2018 Review | Infinite Grenade Launcher Podcast | Level 407
Infinite Grenade Launcher takes you to the world of Norse Gods with their review of God of War for the PlayStation 4.
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God of War (also known as God of War IV) is the sequel to God of War III as well as a continuation of the canon God ofWar-chronology. God of War is the eighth installment in the franchise overall.
Unlike previous installments, this game focuses on Norse mythology and will follow an older Kratos in the years since God of War III. The game released on April 20, 2018, and is an exclusive PlayStation 4 launch.
Many years have passed since Kratos took his vengeance against the Olympian gods. Having survived his final encounter with his father Zeus, Kratos now lives with his young son Atreus in the world of the Norse gods, a savage land inhabited by many ferocious monsters and warriors. In order to teach his son how to survive in such a world, Kratos must master the rage that has driven him for many years and embrace his newfound role as a father and a mentor.
On the day of December 6th, 2014, Corey Barlog, the lead animator of God of War and the game director of God of War II revealed that Sony Santa Monica was working on a new game, in the God of War Franchise. It was announced on Twitter, only taken down later by Sony.
The game is conceptually set in the pre-migration point of Viking history; a period in Norse culture where the Norse gods were said to walk among mortals.
The game’s soundtrack was composed by Bear McCreary.
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