Sony Santa Monica has lived up to its promise to keep things about God of War 4 under wrap. However, with the game's release date being close, the studio is gradually unveiling details about it. One is the possibility of the game being released this year, which most players are expecting. Here's everything about it.
According to PlayStationLifeStyle, the fans of God of War 4 may finally grasp their hands on the highly anticipated title this year. This is because one of the voice actors of the game by the name of Christopher Judge has revealed its possibility. Judge is basically the new voice behind the titular Kratos, who is now a father.
Judge made the revelation via his official Twitter account, which he updated to highlight the game's release this year. He is best known for being the voice of Stargate SG-1's Teal'c. He was just recently announced as the voice actor of the upcoming game's protagonist. In a sense, this could just confirm all the rumors about Sony's PlayStation 4 exclusive being release this year.
It's worth noting that tech giant vowed to keep things under wraps until everything's been straighten out. And apparently, it seems to be going that way. In a report from WCCFTech, the very own director of God of War 4, Cory Barlog, mentioned about things going their way. Barlog posted via Twitter, saying that "things are good and game is looking better everyday!"
With this new revelation, this could just mean that God of War 4 is locked and loaded. But of course, with Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) being just a few weeks away; one can understand Sony's possible next move, that the company will most likely reveal all important things about the game come the aforesaid event. Perhaps, from here, it will even release a new gameplay for the fans to watch. Things are definitely going to be exciting in the next few weeks.