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PS4 exclusive ‘God Of War’ 4 release date delayed, PlayStation 4 game launches in 2018

By Daniela Lozano / 2017.05.12
“God of War” will not be showing up in the upcoming PlayStation Experience (PSX) event later this year.

For those who are PS4 users, Sony just announced that it seems like the highly-anticipated game "God Of War" would pushing back its release up until 2018. After some thorough observations, sources concluded that the game might not happen this 2017 as Sony is brewing something that would either keep or destroy their users. What could be the greatest substitute for "God of War" this year?

According to Daily Star, fans were disappointed that Sony came into a decision of delaying the release of "God Of War". As they blew everything away in last year's E3, fans expected that there would be a big surprise for 2017; but they failed.

However, it was reiterated that Sony could redeem its name by releasing some of the most-sought games this holiday season. These included Red Dead Redemption 2, Star Wars Battlefront 2 and Call of Duty: WW2.

The said incident raked in a great number of complaints stating that some Sony's decision could be quite disappointing. As it was stated,

"Did the game hit a development snag? Was it really planned for 2018 and he did not know? We cannot say for sure."

"Heck, what if this is Sony Santa Monica's troll job to ease people into a lull - and then BAM! Cory Balrog goes, "God of War will be out this November for the PlayStation 4" at this year's Sony E3 press conference."

Meanwhile, Express reported that Resident Evil - Code: Veronica X is returning in the gaming industry this May 9 in North America and May 10 in Europe.

With regards to the "God Of War", sources revealed that Christopher Judge might be lending his voice to Kratos. Sources told that the said star was the one liable for the leaked release date as he changes his Twitter bio from 2017 to 2018, a great indicator that the game might be really delayed.

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