Is God Of War's Director Teasing A Sequel?

  • Playstation 4
  • Action-Adventure

God of War (2018) was arguably the most successful and most appreciated video game that released in the last few years. The game went on to win several awards, including the esteemed Game of the Year. It's been two years since God of War came out and fans have been wondering what the game's creative director Cory Barlog is cooking up next. 

As of result of God of War's massive success, Barlog quickly became a prominent figure in the gaming industry and community. Recently, Barlog posted a tweet which has led many God of War fans to believe that the director could be teasing a sequel. 

Barlog shared a gif from Indiana Jones earlier today. The subtitle in the gif reads, "they're digging in the wrong place." This led fans to believe that the Barlog might be hinting at a God of War sequel and asking fans not to get their hopes high as Sony is going to have an online panel at PAX Online very soon.

However, Barlog did not stop to send the fanbase into a frenzy as he dropped another tweet stating, "...it was Venus all along," causing confusion among fans who started wondering as to how the two tweets related to each other. Some fans assumed that Venus could have something to do with a sci-fi game that Barlog teased last year in November. However, it seems that Barlog was actually referring to some recent news regarding the evidence of life found on planet Venus. 

Well, it is saddening to know that none of the tweets were about God of War, but it also worth noting that the recent God of War released in 2018 after being in development for five long years. Therefore, it seems quite unlikely that a sequel will be revealed in such a short time. 

Regardless, the developers are aware of the demand for God of War's sequel, especially given the cliffhanger ending. Moreover, there are some important loose ends in the story that needs to be tied together, especially the transformation of Kratos into a responsible father from a ruthless god.

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