God of War director Cory Barlog has been working over the past half-decade to deliver a fresh and revitalized take on one of gaming's most beloved properties after thirteen years of God of War's dominance on sales charts and critical lists. In this regards, the studio was nothing but successful: we proclaimed God of War as one of the best games of this console generation, and gave it a rare ideal score - an opinion in line with the majority of critics.
The God of War Prototype Video was submitted in an effort to get a green signal on the project.
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We here at COGconnected wanted to give you a complete video walkthrough, showing the ins and outs of Kratos on his journey with his young son Atreus as they courageous the Norse wilds. The video is bound to make you cry tears over just how sweet and gentle his reaction is.
Our review of God of War will go live Sunday evening.
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It's probably safe to assume the bear and wolf mentioned here are in fact protagonist Kratos and his son Atreus, who spend the game wandering the nine Norse realms.
On top of that, the quality of the prototype was still very below the standard set by the real game, as it was pitched way back in 2015 and Sony hadn't even launch PS4 Pro and the demo itself lacked a lot of the polish that made the final version so good. Though the final game has shown a significant improvement from the first prototype video, which was pitched to Sony.
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