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God Of War: No DLC Is Coming, Director Confirms Again

Despite its commercial and critical success, Sony's PlayStation 4 action game God will not receive an expansion. This much has already been confirmed. And now game director Cory Barlog confirmed it again.

Sorry, "Barlog said on Twitter. Tweet where he seemingly teased something new for God of War. But it stands, he was just referring to this week for God's War's anniversary celebration.

We already know about the free dynamic theme and avatar set, and Barlog teased that even more is coming. But it will not be announcing the announcement of God of War DLC.

In January this year, Barlog talked about pitching an idea for God of War DLC. However, it was "too ambitious," and people told him the idea was crazy, so it got scrapped.

"I had a fun idea for a DLC that I only regret because I would love to have that done," Barlog told Kinda Funny. "But it was too ambitious."

It has been left Behind or Uncharted Lost Legacy releases, which were just enough for their own standalone releases. "It would [have] "Dall, this is crazy, this is not DLC, this is a little too big."

In other news, Barlog joked on Twitter that the God of War wants to be exclusive to the Epic Store,


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