God Of War TV Commercial And Gameplay Videos Show Off Kratos And Atreus In Action
God of War TV Commercial
(Last Updated On: March 19, 2018)

Looking to see as much of God of War before it releases to the public? Well, new footage is up that not only shows the PS4 exclusive action-adventure via a TV commercial, but actual gameplay videos are up, too.

SIE and Santa Monica Studio have a new video that showcases God of War in action, but this time we have official videos showing actual in-game footage of the father-son duo.

The TV commercial of God of War depicts Kratos and his son, Atreus, traveling the Norse lands and encountering deadly entities. If you want, you can check out the newly posted video right here.

Together with his son, Kratos and Atreus must venture into the brutal Norse wilds and fight to fulfill a “deeply personal quest.” You can see part of this quest through actual gameplay footage.

The first of the two videos by MathChief dabble in combat, shopping, and other actions that can be performed in the world of God of War. The below video runs for three minutes and features developer commentary.

You may or may not have seen the above video or the upcoming second gameplay video, however if you haven’t seen any of the footage you will be treated to 16 minutes of God of War.

Players will be able to pull off every move and do everything that was shown in the latter two videos when the game launches. Moreover, the videos also offers a look at Atreus and how he can help you out during battles.

In addition to the above, you will be able to somewhat command Atreus to use his bow and arrow during a fight and do father/son combos. This action can be used during boss battles and against common enemies.

God of War is a month away from releasing to the public, and is set to debut for PS4 on April 20th, 2018.


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