The thing about trailers is that they are meant to hype up the release of a movie or game, and sometimes what people find out is that the actual product is very different from its trailer. In video games what can happen is that the trailer is made to look better than the actual game, resulting in players sometimes feeling a bit cheated.


This is one of the controversies that Sony’s upcoming God of War is facing at the moment, where there are some who claim that the footage taken from its E3 reveal looks very different compared to the trailer and screenshots that was released not too long ago. However this is something that artist/designer Raf Grassetti is denying on Twitter (via JustPushStart).

Grassetti is a designer that worked on the game and according to his tweets which have been translated, “What has changed is just the direction of light and fog, the content is the same as the E3 trailer, but different context, you will understand when you play. The Jormungandr, Kratos and Atreus continue exactly like the trailer  are comparing with other scenes and lights. I’m laughing seeing the comments :)”

Hopefully this will appease the critics, but regardless it still seems like the game looks fantastic anyway. In the meantime Sony has confirmed that the upcoming God of War for the PS4 will be released on the 20th of April.

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