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PS4 Exclusive God of War Gets Absolutely Gorgeous Gameplay Trailer at E3 2017; Coming Early 2018

Sony unveils more of Kratos' new adventure in the cold north, and it looks fantastic.

June 12, 2017

Today, during Sony Interactive Entertainment’s E3 2017 media showcase, the house of PlayStation unveiled more gameplay of God of War.

The game, in development at Sony Santa Monica under the direction of Cory Barlog, looks even better than it did last year. Instead of a single gameplay stretch, this time we get to see a mix of different areas and story moment, and it’s really, really epic.

On top of the trailer, we also get a release window. The game will finally hit the shelves in early 2018. Unfortunately, no actual release date was announced.

You can check out the trailer below, and see if you can avoid being impressed, because I couldn’t.

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

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

God of War will be released exclusively for PS4.

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