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God of War: Ascension announced

There's no such thing as a successful trilogy in video games. If a game manages to debut strong and remain a hot property for three games, you can assume there will be more.

Take God of War, for example. With three "main series" games and two spinoffs, there's now a new PS3 game in the works. God of War: Ascension is a prequel that follows Kratos before he became a god.

Leaked early this morning and later confirmed by Sony, we don't have much to go on yet besides this teaser trailer, but we should know more soon. Sony will be hosting a live streaming event on April 30th at 11 AM Eastern.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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