However, someone has again changed the release date of God of War to December 31, 2018, on the PlayStation Store. On the other side of this hot debate, fans believe that this God of War Release Date could be possible as the original God of War was released in North America on the 22nd of March, 2005. March has traditionally been the release month for the series and to back up the leak the US PlayStation briefly listed the game for the same date. They've historically preferred either Tuesdays or Fridays.
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Yet even securing that bid will not entirely ease the sting of several hard periods during Gulati's final year as president. If Carter enters the race, that would be eight declared candidates ahead of the deadline for nominations on December 12.
Sony hasn't said a word about this yet, and likely won't until the PlayStation Experience event rolls around later this week. This has resulted in much speculation with fans coming onto all platforms and making inferences as to whether this news is real or fake. It could also reveal the release date as soon as The Game Awards, as several Sony titles, like Horizon Zero Dawn, are up for notable honors. We're definitely due for our Kratos fix.
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It uses small thrusters to guide itself a journey through space, firing them in tiny puffs which last milliseconds at a time. The aging spacecraft, first launched in 1977, is the fastest and most well-traveled spacecraft ever launched by NASA.
It looks to be a very legitimate listing, but until we get official confirmation from Sony, take it with a grain of salt. One of those (if not the biggest) is Sony's God of War - the fifth instalment in the long-running franchise that is looking to act as a soft-reboot of sorts.
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