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God of War III Remastered slicing to PS4

21 Mar 2015

Sony Computer Entertainment has announced today that God of War III Remastered will be coming to the PS4. 

God of War III originally came out for the PS3 back in 2010. The game garnered postive reviews and sold over 5.2 million copies worldwide. 

God of War III Remastered brings the PS3 original to the PS4. This time, the graphics will be in full 1080p resolution and promise to look even better than before. 

God of War III Remastered will be released exclusively for the PS4 this July. It comes out in July 15th in the USA and July 17th in the UK. The NZ release date should be around the same time.

The game marks the 10th anniversary of the series as the first game came out way back for the PS2 in 2005. 

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