Sony has confirmed to IGN that Stig Asmussen no longer works at Sony Santa Monica. Known by the gamer community as just "Stig," Asmussen served increasingly important roles in the development of the first three core God of War games.
In December it was revealed that God of War series star Kratos would be entering the ring in this year's Mortal Kombat. No one was more excited about the news than God of War III game director Stig Asmussen.
We've heard that God of War III had a pretty involved postscript that had to be trimmed from the game. The game's director explained why to Kotaku Talk Radio, but said if it does come back, it'll be free.
God of War III director Stig Asmussen joined hosts Brian Crecente and Stephen Totilo on Kotaku Talk Radio today, broadcasting from the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
What is considered out of bounds for the God of War series? It's not violence, as players will decapitate and eviscerate enemies with gory, glorious detail. It's not sex, either, as God of War III continues the series' naughty mini-game tradition. It's the laughs.
Sony's highly anticipated end to the God of War trilogy won't attempt to shoehorn in some sort of multiplayer component. But the game's developers may have a way of convincing you not to trade in the game after completing it.