Sony Santa Monica teased its next big PlayStation title in an interview regarding God of War Ragnarok, but remained silent on the details.
PlayStation’s Sony Santa Monica Studio is said to be working on a few projects after God of War Ragnarok. Last week, the final chapter of Kratos and Atreus’ journey through the Nine Realms of Norse mythology debuted to near-universal acclaim after two long years of anticipation and speculation. In God of War Ragnarok, Kratos and his son are tasked with uncovering the truth behind an apocalyptic prophecy while battling dangerous enemies like Odin and Thor, as well as demons within themselves.
Just as players are diving into the story of God of War Ragnarok, developer Sony Santa Monica is still busy planning his next big project for PlayStation. In a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times, former God of War (2018) director Corey Barlog revealed that his studio is currently “spreading out a lot of different things,” but declined to go into details. God of War Ragnarok director Eric Williams added that if Sony Santa Monica decides to spend all its time on God of War sequels, that would be fine. The two directors also discussed the many challenges of creating God of War Ragnarok, such as reimagining the game based on Norse legends.
While Sony Santa Monica is widely known for making the gory God of War series, the California-based developer has an impressive résumé of indie titles and blockbuster movies. grade A in his external development branch. This includes supporting other Sony-owned studios and providing additional content for the company Thatgame Journey’s thoughtful and enigmatic 2012 release.
Sony Santa Monica could revive this project for the next big PlayStation-specific title, or the “different thing” Corey Barlog mentioned in his recent interview could be a completely different product. . Eric Williams raises the possibility of a God of War sequel, and while Ragnarok serves as the final chapter in Kratos’ Nordic adventure, the franchise could once again switch to a different setting like Ai Ancient Egypt.
Given that Corey Barlog hasn’t released any specifics yet about Sony’s next big PlayStation title Santa Monica, it could be a while before the studio is ready to reveal what they’re working on. Meanwhile, fans are still immersed in the compelling story and epic battle in God of War Ragnarok – the title is shaping up to be one of the biggest products of 2022.
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