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God of War IV pops up on composer's resume

God of War III was said to be the end of the trilogy, but it sounds like Kratos isn't finished yet. Dawn of the Ancients 2 composer Timothy Williams lists God of War IV as an upcoming project on his resume.

This sixth entry in the trilogy hasn't been announced and Sony gave the standard "rumours and speculation" answer when contacted for confirmation by Joystiq. Williams himself confirms that the listing is accurate, but says that the actual main composer is Tyler Bates, who hasn't yet spoken up.

Two different God of War-related job postings popped up last year, so this isn't too much of a surprise, but this is the first we're hearing of the number IV.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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