We have a new set of screenshots that feature Kratos fighting a water/crustacean beast on top of the huge Gaia as she scales Mount Olympus. The scale is no doubt impressive and we can’t wait to share the new gameplay video with you. We’ll no doubt be able to show you soon (when Sony lets us).
The Official PlayStaiton Magazine says the game is a real visual step over Bayonetta, Dante’s Inferno and Darksiders, but you’ll have to make that decision up for yourself. What we really want to bring to you today is the fact that despite previous announcements, God of War III is not the end of God of War.
Yes, as Sony Santa Monica’s director of product development John Hight explains, God of War III is the end of this particular trilogy but it’s not the end of God of War. Think of Metal Gear Solid 4 being the end of Solid Snake, but not the end of the Metal Gear IP. So, this begs-the-question, is God of War III the end of Kratos? Hight told Gamervision:
This is not the end of God of War. This is definately the end of the trilogy, but we’re going to continue doing God of War games. We’re going to be very careful about what we do. We’re the keeprs of the franchise, so we don’t want to see it ruined or polluted.
No God of War Racing then…enjoy the latest screenshots in our God of War III gallery.