God Of War, the next entry in the series by Sony Santa Monica launching later this month on PlayStation 4, is going to be one of the biggest PS4 exclusive games of the year, but it seems like, thankfully, that it won’t be the biggest download of the year.
According to rumors circulating online, the God Of War full size will be less than 40 GB, 39 GB, to be precise. A welcome surprise for sure.
From an Italian journalist who is already playing the game. The size is 39 GB
As the news has yet to be confirmed in an official capacity, we have to take it with a grain of salt for the time being.
Yesterday, more God Of War gameplay footage has emerged online, showcasing, among other things, battles against trolls.
Each one [of the trolls] is different. Each has a completely different backstory. As with Norse mythology, everything has a little bit of a story, a little bit of a narrative to it. Each of these guys, they’re going to look a little different, they’re going to fight a little different. When you go up against them you might want to think a little differently. […] Part of their backstory is that they’ve been betrayed by the Gods, and that they’ve got all these different cities and villages
God of War launches on PlayStation 4 on April 20th. We will keep you updated on the game as soon as more come in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.
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