Santa Monica Refuses Commenting On God Of War Remakes; Ignites Hope Among Fans

A popular God of War YouTuber recently interviewed Santa Monica developers.

Story Highlights

  • Rumors relating to the remake of the original God of War trilogy have been circulating the internet.
  • A popular YouTuber interviewed the developers of God of War in recent times, asking about said remakes.
  • The developers refused to comment on the situation as per the interviewer. 

The God of War IP has been making rounds on the internet for weeks now, especially after the arrival of the free God of War Ragnarok DLC—Valhalla—and the sprawling spread of a rumor that suggests a God of War trilogy remake being in the works. Well, the latter part is something that we now have another update on, and quite honestly, it appears something could be brewing behind the curtains here. 

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Popular God of War-focused YouTuber GameBreakerGod (amazing videos by the way) recently held an interview session with Valhalla’s co-directors Bruno Velazquez and Mihir Sheth, going over the DLC with them and asking some of the most burning questions players have had from the devs. One fan commenting under the video asked GameBreakerGod why he didn’t ask Bruno and Mihir about the remakes, to which he replied with, 

Wasn’t approved homie. Sorry man.”

I’m not sure what the approval refers to here, because this was pretty much a live interview, but an agreement must’ve been reached prior to the live stream where both parties had mutually agreed upon the entire gist of the forthcoming discussion—that’s my assumption. Anyhow, taking these words at face value, the fact that the folks up high have refused to shed light on this matter certainly insinuates that something is going on. Otherwise, how hard can it be to say, “No, there’s nothing of the sort in the works at the moment.”


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So, it all started when industry insider Nick Baker, otherwise known as Shpeshal_Nick, appeared in a podcast session and said that he heard rumblings of a God of War trilogy remaster under development. He then went on to clear that he does not know whether this reimagining of the classic God of War games leans more toward the remake side or not. Furthermore, it’s uncertain whether the project will be announced this year or the next. 

I, for one, would love T.C. Carson, the original voice actor of Kratos from the first three God of War games and pertinent projects, to make a return to the big screen after all these years. After all, Christopher Judge, the VA of the current Kratos, would want the same as well, because he already turned down the opportunity to voice match him out of sheer respect for Carson and the legacy he has left behind.

Kratos in God of War 3
Kratos in God of War 3

Till then, you should be playing Valhalla. Take it from me, this isn’t the type of DLC that you’d want to sleep on. It’s a fantastic roguelite spin on the narrative action of the game. eXputer rated the expansion 5/5 in its review, with writer Usama Mehmood calling it a “love letter to fans of the franchise.” In case you’re thinking of trying it out soon then, here is how to get more health in God of War Ragnarok: Valhalla so you can last longer fending off hordes of enemies.  

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