Rumors and information about a film adaptation are constant.
If you are a fan of God of War and you like movies, bad news, at least for now. In recent times the possibility that the God of War saga take the leap to the cinema. In fact, something curious, in 2019 we told you that Steven DeKnight had commented that the film would be for adults, after a first approach with PlayStation. Everything pointed to the fact that it was underway.
But alas, it seems that this not like that at the moment. A Sony spokesperson has declared to The New York Times that the company does not work on a feature film based on the God of War video games. “Contrary to what is speculated,” Sony will not bring God of War to the movies or series, at least at a near point in time. In the future everything could happen, it is clear.
Yes we have known, in addition to the other projects that is underway, such as The Last of Us series on HBO, that Sony will adapt Ghost of Tsushima to the cinema and Twisted Metal to series. As we say, what may happen in the future is another story, and it should not be ruled out that some adaptation of God of War appears, since PlayStation works in several series and films, and the expansion of the brand in those channels is evident.
God of War first came out with the original game in 2005. The first trilogy was an absolute success and their games were of the best from the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 catalog. The saga returned in 2018 with a reboot and a Kratos older, with deeper concerns, and the PS4 God of War is one of the best games on the console and in recent years, and that we can now enjoy on PS5 at 60 fps and 4K.
One of the projects that Sony also has in hand is Uncharted: The Movie. The adaptation of the saga of Naughty dog to the cinema is probably one of the most anticipated in the world of video games and PlayStation fans. See the incredible adventures of Nathan drake on the big screen it sounds great. A few hours ago we were able to see a new image of the film, with Sully without a mustache.
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