After all this time, Sony has confirmed that the next God of War game is indeed called God of War: Ragnarok, and showed plenty of new gameplay.
God of War creator David Jaffe has said in a new video that based on what he's heard, the next God of War game will be around 40 hours long.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan also confirms $10 upgrade options will be offered on all future cross-gen releases, including Gran Turismo 7 and the next God of War.
It's been claimed that at the upcoming PlayStation event on September 9, we'll get out first look at the unnamed God of War sequel.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan seemingly suggests in a new interview that the next God of War title might be out around Summer of 2022.
Horizon Forbidden West will also receive more trailers and a release date this Summer according to an insider on Reddit.
"Exciting" updates also coming for indie and third-party titles. However, the next God of War and Horizon Forbidden West won't be featured.
Though a Sony event has yet to be announced, a new rumour claims that whenever it happens, it will feature the gameplay debut of the next God of War game.
The recent God of War: Ragnarok announcements sparked vile and abusive comments from some, leading to director Cory Barlog speaking out.
As was Guerrilla Games' Horizon Forbidden West- although the decision to make Gran Turismo 7 was allegedly only recently made.
Sony clears up some recent confusion and confirms that an official title for the upcoming sequel is still yet to be confirmed.
Giants, gods, heroes, and more- there's more than a few mythological figures that Kratos could come up against.
Director Cory Balrog says to "trust that it's what's best for everyone."
These upcoming games promise some truly epic journeys.
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There's a very good chance that the sequel is going to be delayed into next year.
Beau Anthony Jimenez has also worked on games like Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Destiny 2, and more.
The SIE CEO and president currently has little to say on the matter.