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PS4 Exclusive God of War Gets Glorious 4K Screenshots Showing Kratos, Atreus, Monsters and More

Sony Interactive Entertainment shows more of its majestic God of War game with a batch of screenshots.

June 13, 2017

Following Sony Interactive Entertainment’s press conference at E3 2017, the house of PlayStation sent a press release with a batch of beautiful screenshots of God of War.

The screenshots, showcase the beautiful visuals of the game in shining 4K resolution, including Kratos, his son Atreus, other  characters, monsters and fantastic environments rich with details and Nordic atmosphere.

You can check them all out in the gallery below, and see if you manage not to be impressed by the amazing level of detail. I can definitely say that I’m rather floored, despite the fact that the game already looked great a year ago.

If you want to see more about God of War, you can enjoy last year’s gameplay demo, the original screenshots, and a the new gameplay trailer released today by Sony.

You can also read the latest information on story, gameplay and setting directly from Director Cory Barlog.

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God of War will be released exclusively for PS4 in early 2018.

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