Santa Monica Studios aims to give players of God of War greater insight into the game’s development through a new limited podcast series.
Although it has been over a year and a half since the release on PS4, God of War still made a mark due to its vivid story and detailed world and gameplay. Although the game successfully rebooted the War franchise with the story of God of War and the emotions behind it, its development has still been a source of incredible insight into video game creation, and now Sony Santa Monica is giving us a closer look Is (or listen)) through a new podcast series.
On the PlayStation Blog, Santa Monica Studios expanded a new limited series podcast called “World’s Collide”, providing insights and highlights from the development of 2018’s acclaimed God of War and the ways it collaborates to bring the studio Will to do. Game for life
In particular, Santa Monica Studios detailed how the first episode, titled “Fighting a Side Quest in Anywhere”, gives listeners insight into the quest for “witch bones” and the other side bizarre portrayed in God of War and how they were designed so players can expect them at any point in the story.
In 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, system, and game” game making. Narrative design.
The podcast is available on PlayStation’s official SoundCloud channel, but can also be heard or downloaded through Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Play and other podcast platforms.
This is not the first time that Santa Monica Studios has unveiled the creation of God of War, as in the very first year the studio released “Writing Kratos”, a full-length documentary that produced this The game was discovered featuring 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 only add another gaming-focused podcast to my queue, but one of my favourite games of the past few years to hear more about one.