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Sony has announced that a single-player demo will be making its way to the PlayStation 3 for upcoming title God of War: Ascension, allowing players to experience a short amount of Kratos in the fourth God of War title. The demo will consist of gameplay from last years E3 and will make its way in late February.
Six months have passed since Kratos stood over the bodies of his wife and daughter, his hands stained with their blood – tricked by Ares into murdering the only people he ever loved. Swearing to avenge them, Kratos broke the blood oath that bound him to Ares… but oaths to Olympus are not so easily broken. This is where your journey in God of War: Ascension begins.

It’s been more than six long months since your first look at God of War: Ascension’s single-player campaign at E3. You’ve waited patiently, and asked about it an ungodly (but unsurprising) number of times. So, as we get ready to close our multiplayer beta early next week, the time has come to focus on where Ascension and its story will take you this March.
A single-player trailer can be found below giving you a short glimpse at what to expect, however Sony is expected to reveal more in the coming weeks.

God of War: Ascension will be available for PlayStation 3 on March 14th.




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