God Of War 2: Game Director Cory Barlog Trolls Over Rumored Sequel Announcement

Want a God of War 2 ad? Surely yes, but what Cory Barlog wants is to trolling right now. Do you remember the news that we offered you last Friday? The same one that said: ” …

God Of War 2: Game Director Cory Barlog Trolls Over Rumored Sequel Announcement

Want a God of War 2 ad? Surely yes, but what Cory Barlog wants is to trolling right now.

Do you remember the news that we offered you last Friday? The same one that said:God of War 2 and a classic PlayStation franchise would be announced in August for PS5 “. And it seems to make sense since many are looking forward to it and it may be that the month of August hosts a new State of Play.

Whatever happens next, Cory Barlog wants to play right now, but with PS4 users. The same Barlog, according to a Reddit user, has shared through an RT through Twitter a news story about an alleged State of Play.

God Of War 2: Game Director Cory Barlog Trolls Over Rumored Sequel Announcement
God Of War 2: Game Director Cory Barlog Trolls Over Rumored Sequel Announcement

The announcement, unofficial of course, shows an illustration where a slogan is seen: ” PS5 Play Has No Limits “. The same image shows the day and time of this event, which would take place on August 6 at 22:00 Spanish Peninsula time. This Cory Barlog RT is no longer found, it has been undone.

What happens to that? Well, now Bargol himself through his Twitter account has joked about all this, with a gif and a phrase that says: ” Looking at some of the news from the last 24 hours .” Hinting that the RT he did has sparked a wave of news about him and that.

But it doesn’t end there, in an answer to himself, he stated: ” What? I’m talking about Bugsnax “. If you remember correctly, it was the game presented for PS5 with the motto: “Half bug, half snack”.

So far everything we know at the moment about the expected ‘God of War 2’. We will update this article as new details become known so if you want to stay up to date on the news, stay tuned to  Nintendo inquirer”.

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