God of War: Ascension – Gameplay Footage and Multiplayer Unleashed

If you missed the live event, don’t worry, we have you covered. PlayStation has revealed the first details and gameplay footage on the brand new PlayStation 3 exclusive, God of War: Ascension including the news that, yes, it will feature online and offline multiplayer.

As we have already discerned, God of War: Ascension is a prequel. The game takes place six months after Kratos has been tricked into killing his wife and child. That said, Kratos has been imprisoned and sentenced to a life of madness with the Furies.

Fighting insanity, his will is tested to the limit as he seeks to break his bond and gain the clarity to seek revenge on Ares for his part in the death of his family. Armed with double-chained blades, Kratos must take on mythology’s darkest creatures while solving intricate puzzles throughout his merciless quest for redemption while detailing the rise of his rage to break free from Ares’ bond.

As is the M.O. for the series, larger-than-life cinematic storytelling, visceral battles, and blockbuster moments will all be present, along with various upgrades from the series, including a revamped combat system and a brand new online multiplayer mode.

Yes, players can compete in online or offline multiplayer battles that combine the fierce combat and scale of the franchise with a unique gameplay experience. This brand new mode can hold up to eight players and offers a variety of different multiplayer modes, along with customizable avatar warriors with a range of weapons, armor, and more.

You can check all of that  out in the recorded version of the live event, right below:


God of War: Ascension does not have a release date but we will give you any updates we get. So sound off in the comments below! What do you think of the upcoming game? What are your thoughts on the new multiplayer mode?


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