Published: Wed, April 11, 2018
Technology | By Christopher Mann

God Of War Features "Immersion Mode"; Difficulty Options Revealed

God Of War Features

Throughout the video, Zadziuk serves up an wonderfully detailed deconstruction of one of Kratos' new movesets, analyzing everything from how the camera reacts to the God of War's movements through to the transition animations that glue everything together.

God of War reviews will start to drop tomorrow and there are tons of new updates that SIE Santa Monica Studio revealed to keep the hype-momentum steady.

When it launches in just over a weeks time, God of War will offer players the option to customise and fully upgrade Kratos and his young son Atreus for the battles that lie ahead, as the pair journey a world steeped in Norse mythology.

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God of War releases on April 20th, 2018, exclusively for PlayStation 4.

Players won't be locked into their decision either, so you won't have to be stuck with the Immersion Mode if you turn it on towards the beginning of the game nad find that it's not for you. You won't be taking a gondola to the top of the highest peaks in all the Norse Realms, but you will have a far greater margin for error in enemy encounters.

"The core of him (Kratos) will be always in the game in terms of what he feels like, what he can do, how strong he is ... we wanted to make sure that there are enough options there that the players can customize him to whatever they like doing", says McDonald.

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The mode is designed for players who want as less information as possible on-screen, or simply for those looking for a more immersive experience. These options include the, "Give Me A Story" (please don't hurt me) easy option, the "Give Me A Balanced Experience" more balanced option, the "Give Me A Challange" more challenging option and, lastly, the most hard of all of these, the "Give Me God of War" option. We've tuned it to deliver a balanced, challenging playthrough.

Give Me God of War: is the sort of thing reserved for people who wrestle polar bears in their undies. Don't be sorry, be better? Living as a man outside the shadow of the gods, Kratos must adapt to unfamiliar lands, unexpected threats, and a second chance at being a father.

In an announcement today, Sony gave more insight into the God Of War difficulty options.

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