Sony revealed an all new God of War game. It's called (wait for it)... God of War.
Kicking off Sony's E3 2016 press conference, the publisher rolled the following footage showing series stalwart Kratos taking care of a young boy in the wilderness.
Kratos looks a bit older than we remember. Plus he's changed his facial hair from a goatee to a full beard.
God of War 4 has a Norse mythology setting and series star Kratos wears a beard, according to a huge leak of assets.
God of War 3 Remastered has a new 10 minute gameplay video, displaying Kratos' fight with Hades in glorious 1080p/60fps.
Due on 17th July, this PS4-exclusive enhancement of the 2010 game is now available for pre-order. Doing so will grant players a Fall of Olympus Dynamic Theme.
Besides looking slicker and performing better, God of War 3's Remastered edition will include a Photo Mode, allowing players to pause the action, adjust the lighting and reposition the camera as they see fit.
Sony has announced God of War 3 Remastered for PlayStation 4. It launches 17th July 2015 in the UK.
The game outputs at 1080p resolution and its developers are "targeting" 60 frames per second, Sony said in a note just sent to press.
Sony Santa Monica's gory action adventure launched on PS3 in March 2010. God of War 3 Remastered marks series star Kratos' debut on PS4, and celebrates 10 years of God of War.
We're currently working on our analysis for Sony Santa Monica's remastered edition of God of War 3 for PlayStation 4, but in the meantime we thought we'd republish our original tech interview with the team, produced in the wake of God of War: Ascension's release and covering the development of both of Kratos' PS3 outings. Originally, this piece was published with a frame-rate analysis video of the spectacular opening level of God of War 3 on PlayStation 3. We've swapped that out with a new performance test, featuring both PS3 and PS4 versions of the game, compared head-to-head. That 1080p60 remaster we discussed with SMM at the end of this article, almost two years ago? Well - there it is.