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.
Sony's announced May's PlayStation Plus lineup of games.
God of War 4 has a Norse mythology setting and series star Kratos wears a beard, according to a huge leak of assets.
You may not have heard of Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton - the new writers of the long-awaited God of War movie - but you've probably heard of some their films.
Sony has announced God of War Saga and inFamous Collection for release in the US.
Both collections launch in the US on 28th August for $29.99 each. They are yet to be announced for Europe. We've asked Sony for comment.
Inside God of War Saga is:
The screenwriting team behind Piranha 3DD and the latter half of the Saw series have signed up to the God of War film adaptation.
The God of War series has sold over 21 million copies, Sony has announced.
UPDATE: Just Cause developer Avalanche Studios, which was thought to be working with Cory Barlog on a Mad Max game, has told Eurogamer that its unannounced projects are coming along well.
More next-gen talk, this time from the developer of the God of War PlayStation Portable games.
The independent studio behind the God of War PlayStation Portable games is making a third-person action adventure game for the PlayStation 3, a new job listing has revealed.
God of War developer Sony Santa Monica is working on an "unannounced new IP".
Developer Ready at Dawn has re-mastered all of the cinematics from PlayStation Portable games God of War Chains of Olympus and Ghost of Sparta in native 1080p for God of War: Collection Volume 2.
God of War Master Collection will bundle all the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 and PSP games in Sony's action series into a single release, according to a listing on Amazon Germany.
Sony is remastering select PlayStation Portable games for release in high definition on PlayStation 3.
These Blu-ray disc games come with bonus content and in some cases stereoscopic 3D visuals.
The first game to get the PSP Remaster treatment is action role-playing game Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, due out in Japan in the summer. A trailer is below.
The two PlayStation Portable God of War games will be taped together and sold as one on PlayStation 3, according to Sony Taiwan.
A new job advertisement posted by Sony Santa Monica suggests a multiplayer future for the God of War series.
The developer behind the lauded PSP God of War games has claimed that Sony's handheld was doomed to failure from launch day.
Only available if you own PSP's GOS.
Californian developer Ready at Dawn formed six years ago with the offer to go big with its own IP on PS3, but it has made its name on the PSP with the God of War series. Now, with the release of God of War: Ghost of Sparta, which managed a 7/10 in Eurogamer's review, the studio waves goodbye to Sony's handheld wonder.
The studio behind the God of War PSP games is working on a brand new story driven action adventure that's based on an in-house intellectual property, Eurogamer has learned.
If a myth grows in the retelling, then small wonder Kratos is Sony's biggest hero today. God of War's muscle-bound fighter has taken on gods and monsters in six outings now and, while the heavenly cast of Olympia in each has rotated, the core message of the series has stood resolute, only amplifying with repetition. These are hack and slash games that prize spectacle over mechanical fussiness, experiences that shroud solid but simple systems in jaw-dropping set-pieces, screen-filling Homeric visions that strike fear in the heart and mind, in much the same way they did for the Grecians three thousand years ago.
Ghost of Sparta, then, is as predictable as it is mesmerising; a game that pushes its nose up against the PSP's technological boundaries with a sense of urgency and pressure few others could muster. As with its predecessor, Chains of Olympus, the game offers a spectacular voyage, its narrow yet honest take on Greek mythology brutal and expressive as the game seeks to establish its hero's back-story as he journeys to find his brother, Deimos.
As with every other entry to the series, the game sets its tone and pace in its opening moments: Kratos' galleon is caught in an ocean tempest, the screen a bluster of blur effect water pixels and lightning cracks. Men are swept overboard while giant eels with teeth plucked from an H R. Giger nightmare rise from the blue-grey depths, lean over the hull and snap those shipmates who managed to steady themselves in two.
Kratos' brother Deimos will soon be playable in God of War III.
As US gamers prepare themselves for a God of War: Ghost of Sparta demo, European gamers are still in the dark over the game's release.
Sony has revealed what's in store for anyone who pre-order the forthcoming PSP title God of War: Ghost of Sparta in the US.
Your big fat Greek massacre.
Turns out you don't really get along.
God of War: Ghost of Sparta developer Ready At Dawn has had to let 13 people go due to a painful overlap between projects.
Kratos takes Sony's handheld to town.
Curious to learn more about the new PSP God of War game revealed last night? Well, Sony's fact sheet bundle can sort you out. God of War: Ghost of Sparta is developed by Ready At Dawn and due out this autumn.
It's a single-player affair, as with its PSP predecessor Chains of Olympus, and picks up after the end of the first PS2 God of War game, with Kratos installed as Mount Olympus' new God of War but still plagued by nightmares.
To sort that out, he embarks on a new journey to "reveal the origins of lost worlds and answer long-awaited questions about his dark past" - and to kill loads of enemies, obviously.
Every end must have its beginning.
Find out where Kratos got his ink.
Sony has announced a second PSP God of War game called Ghost of Sparta.