From Naughty Dog to Guerrilla Games and Many More, Developers React to the Launch of God of War

on April 20, 2018 5:57 PM

God of War has finally seen the light, and it’s in the hands of millions of gamers worldwide. This also means that it reached the screens of many developers as well, and they’re definitely talking about it on social media.

Below you can find out quite a lot of tweets from relevant developers, to get a good idea of what they think about the new game.

Neil Druckmann – Naughty Dog

Kurt Margenau – Naughty Dog

Thomas Puha – Remedy Games

Hermen Hulst – Guerrilla Games

Jan-Bart van Beek – Guerrilla Games

Dan Lowe – Motive Studios

Billy Harper – Insomniac Games

Mike Ybarra – Xbox

… and after someone complained about him potentially streaming God of War, arguing that he represents “the competition”…

Bill Roseman – Marvel Games

Kazutoki Kono – Bandai Namco

“Unbelievable quality, God of War. What is this, amazing.”

Brian Fargo – inXile

Guerrilla Games

SIE Bend Studio

Naughty Dog

Quantic Dream

Sucker Punch

BioWare

Sony External Development Studio Europe

Insomniac Games

CD Projekt RED

Bethesda

Looks like developers from many studios are as excited about the game as critics and gamers are. As for us, if you want to learn how we feel about Sony Santa Monica’s epic masterpiece, you can also check out our full review. You can also watch videos showing the unboxing of the spiffy review kit, the first thirty minutes of gameplay on PS4 Pro, the game’s upcoming photo mode, and prototype footage from 2015, showing just how much the game evolved in three years.

God of War officially released today, April 20th, exclusively for PS4. If you haven’t purchased it yet, you can do so on Amazon.


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