God of War Gets a New Game Plus Mode This Month

God of War Gets a New Game Plus Mode This Month

Cause the game needed MORE content.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Aug 08, 2018 @ 02:45 PM (Staff Bios)
Comment(s)
Last month, Sony Santa Monica Studio announced that God of War (2018) will be getting a New Game + mode. Now we know when.

New Game + will arrive August 20. It will be a free update to all players. This new mode will allow Kratos and his son to restart the game, while retaining "many" of the various upgrades earned through the initial playthrough. This includes armor, pommels, and talismans.

The release date was announced recently on the PlayStation Blog. Here they detail new customization options for the character's armor and enchantments. It also introduces a new rarity level for gear, and the ability to skip cinematic cutscenes. The game will also become more difficult as a result, this won't be a cakewalk.

This introduces even more post-game content to an already abundant pile. The world has a plethora of tasks, collectibles, and even extra realms to explore and complete. They continue to add to the lore of the world you've grown familiar with as well. Trying to complete the Valkyrie challenges alone will add plenty of challenge and gameplay time. To play through it all again only multiplies the replayability.

Personally, I just like seeing young and innocent Atreus in end-game armor.

Comments

Comment on this Article in our Forum

More GamerzUnite News

October 19 @ 05:31 AM
Former Telltale Dev Says Executives Were Kind of Terrible

Former Telltale Dev Says Executives Were Kind of Terrible

Not her exact words, but she called a few things to question.

October 19 @ 05:17 AM
October 18 @ 09:56 AM
Barack Obama Doesn't Like Pokemon, Likes Voting

Barack Obama Doesn't Like Pokemon, Likes Voting

People are focusing on the former.

October 18 @ 09:32 AM
Join GamerzUnite and Unite with other Gamerz.
A Piece of Our Mind

A Desperate Fight for Survival, now Streaming on Twitch

Immortal Unchained Review: Death is Preferable

The Slightly Dark Underside to the Success of the Battle Royale

A Post-Mortem for Telltale Games

We Can't Make the Games Industry Better (But We Can Stop it from Getting Worse)