Sony Has A Little Treat To All The Fans Of God Of War 4

God of War 4 is pretty much one of the highly anticipated titles of recent memory. While Sony opted to keep things about the game under wrap, it's still has a huge following. It only goes to show just how popular the series is. And now, the tech giant is looking to give fans a nice little treat.

According to PlayStationLifeStyle, the company has decided to offer God of War 4 fans a free download of Bear McCreary's Overture. It's worth noting that this one here was performed back at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in June last year. This will serve as a thank you to all the fans who helped the game's reveal trailer reached the 15 million mark on the official YouTube channel of PlayStation.

For those God of War 4 fans who are wondering, Overture runs for around 4 hours and 37 minutes. This can be either listened to or downloaded at 10.7 MB. (For those who want to download it, go here). Remember that this will only be made available by Sony for a limited time. And since the company didn't reveal any specific date, it's really a good idea to grab it as soon as possible.

In light of the success of the aforementioned God of War 4 video, game director Cory Barlog gave thanks to the fans via his official Twitter account. Barlog mentioned about how the community is inspiring them and his team. "Thank you so much for 15M views," he tweeted. Sony's studio at Santa Monica also expressed its gratitude to the million fans at the said social media site. And of course, the man himself Bear McCreary joined the thanking scheme.

As of this writing, God of War 4 is still in development. There's yet to be an official release date. As mentioned by Sony before, no demos can be expected. The company plans to release a video or footage as soon as the game becomes official.

What are your thoughts on God of War 4? Have you downloaded Overture already? What are your expectations for this title? Share us what you're thinking at the comment section below!

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