New 'God Of War' Update: 'God of War' Is An Iron Man-styled Origin
The latest "God of War" has a really good story line this time and it seems it has adopted some story from the movie. Here are the details.
"God of War" Is An Iron Man-styled Origin
It is fascinating how games are always the children of the personal history of their creators. Cory Barlog has decisively influenced Kratos in the last decade, he was responsible for him since "God of War 2".
And very much like Neil Druckmann changed large parts of the script for "The Last of Us" when he became a daddy, it was Cory's son that inspired him for one of the most vital story elements of the game, according to Gamers Pros
"I love Iron Man 1," says Cory. "Because it introduces this billionaire playboy, but also explains its motivation, and how he changes more by an unfortunate coincidence. I mean he hasn't planned to build a suit or be a super hero. It just happened because there were enough reasons to fill these shoes. And to be a bit less of an asshole."
That's why in the new "God of War" fan is finally going to meet his wife, a mixture of Xena and Wonder Woman. A half-god doesn't make babies with a random girl.
She is the one who urges him to take his father's role seriously. Of course, the little one asks many questions about the history of his famous father, so Kratos can explain his point of view
New "God Of War" Will Not Feature Fixed Cinematic Camera
Isports Times reported that since E3 2016, trailers and teasers of the new "God of War" show that there is no fixed cinematic camera shot in the game. Most of the shots are positioned over Kratos' shoulder and some actions via QTE are no longer featured. With this, there were also drastic changes on how the combat was reworked. Indeed, the PS4 Exclusive "God of War 4" will ditch pull back and cinematic cameras.
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