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Rumor: God of War 4 is set in Nordic mythology
A new installment in the God of War series is probably off in Nordic mythology. Showing that protagonist Kratos will continue his adventures a selection of leaked images, this time contrary to other gods.
The rumor started when shinobi602 two posts on Twitter posted that read: “To the halls of Valhalla. My boy. # GodofWar4 ‘. Shinobi has so often early accurate information about games brought out, and the site has more NerdLeaks investigation based on the information made . The NerdLeaks website is at time of writing, from the air and the article on God of War has been previously removed. The site could include some images obtained by viewing the source code of the website of an artist of Sony Santa Monica, the studio behind the God of War series. The source code could be seen images that actually had to be protected by a password. In the pictures, the Nordic area is put apart.
The images show that the lead is still filled by Kratos, but this time the familiar character equipped with a beard and an ax, which better suits the Nordic style. It is not certain whether this is the same character from the first God of War games, or a character with the same name. This is because Kratos in previous games, only the fight went to the famous Greek gods.
On some images are also written notes. It emerges that at least Kratos visit will bring to Alfheim, one of the nine worlds in Nordic mythology and home of the light elves and the god Freyr. Kratos will also be able to use his ax to create new paths and certain plants emit spores when they are touched.
Earlier there was a rumor that God of War 4 is in development for a possible PlayStation 4K. Whether this is the case is not clear from the images. It is suspected that Sony will announce the game at E3 this year.
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