It stole our breaths away when it brought Sony's E3 press conference to a close, but did you know the team still has some polishing to do before God of War III 's March 2010 release?
Now, according to HipHopGamerShow , the capable guys over at SCEA Santa Monica are working towards the ultimate: 1080p at 60 frames per second. At E3, "representatives of the game said that the graphics weren't done," and that they still had a ways to go before the final coat of polish was applied. Then they were asked if the final product would possibly rival the CG teaser trailer we saw at last year's E3. Their response was as follows:
"It will come close to it and you will not be disappointed, the game is still a ways off but we’re confident that gamers will love the final product come march 2010 so stay tuned for the coming months."
Now, we did see a long gameplay demonstration (if you missed it, check our PS3 Videos section; it's there in two parts), and you will agree that it isn't quite comparable with the CG videos we've seen thus far. But let's not forget that we're a good 8-9 months from the final release, and a whole lot can be done in that span of time… We have no doubt that God of War III will drop our jaws, but just how far will those jaws go…? Perhaps it's important to remember that with each passing year, we've seen new graphical accomplishments; GoWIII could very well represent the next big leap in the visual department. Then again, it'll be tough to top what we'll see in Uncharted 2: Among Thieves later this year, but even so, we have full confidence in SCEA.
Related Game(s): God of War III