Santa Monica Studios intends to give players of God of War greater insight into the game’s development via a new podcast series that is limited.
Although it’s been more than a year and a half God of War still left a mark due. Even though the game successfully articulates the War franchise together with the story of God of War and the emotions behind it, its evolution has been a source of incredible insight into video game creation, and today Sony Santa Monica is giving us a much closer look Is (or listen)) through a new podcast collection.
On the PlayStation Blog, Santa Monica Studios expanded a new limited series podcast called”World’s Collide”, providing highlights and insights from the development of 2018’s acclaimed God of War as well as the ways it collaborates to bring the studio Will to do. Game for lifestyle
Specifically, Santa Monica Studios detailed how the first episode, titled”Fighting a Side Quest at Anywhere”, gives listeners insight to the quest for”witch bones” and the other side eccentric portrayed in God of War and how they were designed so players can expect them in any location in the narrative.
From the first episode, Luis Sanchez (Lead Level Designer), Anthony DeMatteo (Senior Systems Designer), and Adam Dolin (Narrative Designer) of Santa Monica Studios give listeners context and insight into”level, platform, and game” match making. Narrative design.
The podcast is available on the official SoundCloud channel of PlayStation, but can also be viewed or downloaded through Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Play and podcast programs.
This isn’t the first time that Santa Monica Studios has unveiled the creation of God of War, as in the very first year that the studio released”Writing Kratos”, a full scale documentary that produced this The match was discovered comprising Corey Barlog, development director at Santa Monica Studios, and several other members of the team.
However, as an avid podcast listener myself, I will be giving”World’s Collide” a listen to not just add another gaming-focused podcast to my queue, but among my favorite games of the past few years to hear more about a person.