E3 2016: Get Ready For God Of War 4

Posted: Jun 10 2016, 6:36pm CDT | by , in E3


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E3 2016: Get Ready for God of War 4
  • God of War 4 to be revealed at E3 2016

The most anticipated E3 game God of War 4 is expected to be released in 2016.

Get ready for some exciting new games at E3 2016. E3 has promised some awesome games for game lovers in the year 2016. It is about time that we will see these games being played on the screen. E3 will come up with some of the biggest games for the year 2016.

Today’s game that has gotten us all excited is none other than God of War 4. God of War 3 got immensely popular among the strategy and war game lovers. The fans have been waiting for the 4th edition of this game from a long time. However, they won’t have to wait any more as God of War 4 is coming to their homes pretty soon.

God of War is one of Sony's flagship games. But Sony hasn’t released any official confirmation about the part 4 release date. Nor they have confirmed about its development. A few images were leaked in the last months of year 2015, according to IGN. These images gave us the highest hope of having a new edition soon in the form of God of War 4.

The new edition can go on to adapt a new methodology. It can also portray ancient Scandinavian ambiance as it will be a great fit for the new edition. God of War is one of the most popular games of Sony. They will surely do loads of work on the formulation of this game before announcing it.

Till then we can wait for it to be announced officially at E3 2016.

Electronic Entertainment Expo or E3 2016 is the biggest video game conference and show that held annually. This year, it will occur from June 12-16 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

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