REPORT: God of War PS4 Has an 18+ Rating in Europe, New Gameplay Set for June

Sony Santa Monica’s God of War PS4 is going to have an 18+ Rating in Europe. The rating means that the content shown in the video game is not suitable for players under that age.

Details are yet to arrive but usually, when a game is for 18 0r above audience it features violence, sex, drugs, alcohol etc.  Pretty much all God of War games are notorious for such content and it looks like same is the case with God of War PS4.

Rating for the game is still pending in the United States and other regions at the time of this writing.

Sony has already started marketing the game in Europe which led to us getting our hands on the following image.

“Feliz Dia Del Padre” translates into “Happy Father’s Day.” This year father’s day is set for June 18 in the United States which indicates that Sony is prepping to show more of God of War PS4 at E3 2017.

Sony showing God of War at E3 is a safe bet but what we would like to know is the release plans for this game. A Fall 2017 release would be amazing but highly unlikely. We shouldn’t expect to see Kratos again until 2018.

The overall event, E3 2017, will run from June 13 to June 16 and Sony is one of the company’s appearing this year. God of War, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and new unannounced projects will be shown during its press conference.

When do you think God of War 4 will release? Can Sony Santa Monica pull off a Fall 2017 release? Share what you think in the comments below.

Source: Neogaf

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