E3 2017: God Of War PlayStation VR Coming

Posted: May 25 2017, 11:17am CDT | by , in News | E3

E3 2017: God of War PlayStation VR Coming
  • Sony Santa Monica Set to Bring God of War PlayStation VR to E3

The E3 2017 is going to bring some Sony Santa Monica magic with a new edition of God of War and a new PlayStation VR

Sony Santa Monica is renowned for their cutting-edge game and gear development. These are the geniuses that gifted the world, the high tech and edgy God of War. This set of games was a revolutionary step in the Sony’s PlayStation titles. However, Sony Santa Monica want something bigger and better.

According to some inside sources, Sony Santa Monica is working on something huge and very real. By real we mean, the virtual reality real. The PlayStation is rumored to be getting an update by the Sony Santa Monica crew.

According to the sources, this branch of Sony is making improvements and developing the Sony PlayStation VR headgear to adapt to several very exciting games. There have been no confirmation about what games this new PlayStation VR headgear is going to be adaptable with.

One of the many possibilities is a new game of God of War. There has been rumors that a new God of War game is in development. The Sony PlayStation has made no confirmations.

However, if the game and the PlayStation VR are getting developed in the same time span and by the same people who designed the original game. Well, who knows, they might be designing this newer version of God of War to be played on the PlayStation VR, the new and improved version.

What’s more is that both hot items are expected to make an appearance at this year’s Sony conference and showcase at the E3 2017. Sony is already set to bring a couple of new games for the PlayStation. The PlayStation VR and the God of War game’s new edition might just be the cherry on the top.

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