God of War Will Have an Immersion Mode Option

God of War Will Have an Immersion Mode Option

As the launch of God of War approaches on April 20th, we're excited to share some of the options we'll be able to offer you, to customize your experience. We've tuned it to deliver a balanced, challenging playthrough.

For those who want their God of War experience free of HUD elements cluttering the screen, an option will be available to ditch the indicators, compass, and other features for a more immersive experience.

The toughest challenge is "Give Me God of War", which comes with a special condition: It's impossible to lower the difficulty in this mode, so if players get stuck at a particular boss fight or something, they'll have no option but to start the game over.

With the release of God of War a little over a week away, fans have a pretty good idea of what Kratos' new adventure through Norse mythology is going to entail.

"We haven't just made you weaker or enemies stronger; we've looked at enemy behaviors and placements in encounters as well, tweaking everything to make it as threatening as possible", said Shroff of this difficulty level.

God of War Will Have an Immersion Mode Option
God of War Will Have an Immersion Mode Option

As I sit here drinking my craft root beer and admiring the latest daring choices in Man Bun Monthly, I want to remind you all that there are better ways to play games.

Whether you're on PS4 Pro or PS4, we're confident you will have an wonderful experience. You can access this setting at any point in the game. There's a lot to take in if you haven't played a God of War title in some time, so you should be pleasantly surprised as the game is taking shape as a standout PlayStation 4 exclusive thus far.

Sony hasn't been shy about showing off God of War (which is hardly surprising - it looks spectacular), and apparently as a result of this people have started asking questions about the heads-up display. Please check back near launch for my unboxing of the God of War Stone Mason Edition and my walkthrough!

A Darker, More Elemental World - From the marble and columns of ornate Olympus to the gritty forests, mountains, and caves of Pre-Viking Norse lore, this is a distinctly new realm with its own pantheon of creatures, monsters, and gods. God of War is a trademark of Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC.

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