New God of War won’t have mini-games, campaign will be pretty lengthy

The director behind the new God of War title for PlayStation 4 has dropped off a few tantalizing tidbits on the upcoming action-adventure on Twitter. 

Writing in response to fan questions on the social networking site, Cory Barlog revealed that God of War PS4 will eschew the type of mini-games that were present in previous entries in the blood-soaked series.

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In addition, while not confirming an exact length for the campaign, Barlog indicated that God of War will still be a pretty meaty adventure. He also isn’t phased by onlookers who are accusing the game of being nothing more than an interactive movie. 

God of War PS4 release date yet to be decided

Sony unveiled God of War to a packaged audience in Los Angeles during its E3 2016 briefing, where it debuted a lengthy gameplay demo showcasing returning hero Kratos going for a spot of hunting in the forest with his son.

While a firm release date has yet to be confirmed, God of War will hit PS4 at some point in 2017. Read more on the game via the links below.