One of the more ancitipated games of 2018 will see Kratos go off on wholesome god-killing adventures with his young son. Because cracking skulls and slaying monsters is a surefire way for a father and son to bond, of course. The PlayStation 4 debut for the God of War series was widely expected to release in 2018, but it now looks like there's an official release date.
The posters at ResetEra (via WWG) observed that the Chilean PlayStation Store listed a March 22 release date for the next God of War. The U.S. PlayStation Store has since followed suit, appearing to make this March release date official.
With this deployment date a little more than three months away, it would be a no-brainer that Sony will spotlight the family shenanigans of Kratos & Son heavily at this weekend's PlayStation Experience event (especially after missing last year's show) or even at this Thursday's Game Awards. Keep an eye on Shacknews throughout the weekend for any further news relating to the PlayStation 4's future lineup and Kratos' next adventure. To learn more about God of War and its future, revisit our E3 2017 chat with director Cory Booker.
Ozzie Mejia posted a new article, God of War Set to Bond Father & Son in March
Reactions of players with kids: "I should bond more with my kids."
Reactions of younger players: "Why is my dad so lame."
Reaction of players without kids: "Stupid escort missions!"