It seems the upcoming God of War for the PlayStation 4 will not be at this year’s PlayStation Experience.

On Twitter, God of War director Cory Barlog stated that he “won’t be showing anything of the game at PSX,” but that he will be there “to hang out with PlayStation fans and play games.” However, he did state that the studio “will be showing something really awesome when it is ready.”

God of War was revealed at E3 earlier this year. The game will be taking a new direction with a Nordic theme, and will be giving Kratos a son. The title will take place after the events of the third game, and will be strictly single-player. It was revealed that this will not be the last God of War, and that we should be expecting the series to continue in the future.

It was revealed earlier this month that Kratos’ son does not even have a name yet. Even though the boy had a central role in the demo shown for the game at E3, Cory Barlog at admitted on Twitter that the studio had not given him a name yet. Barlog admitted that this due to him having a hard time deciding on a name.

God of War is expected to release sometime in 2017. This year’s PlayStation Experience will take place December 3-4 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

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