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God of War director is once again teasing something "deep space" related

Published: 14:08, 02 October 2020
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Cory Barlog's new Twitter header features hypersleep chambers from Alien
Cory Barlog's new Twitter header features hypersleep chambers from Alien

It looks like God of War director Cory Barlog is once again teasing a new game. Barlog's Twitter profile now features hypersleep chambers from Alien, Voyager 2 space probe and "deep space" location.

Last month, Cory Barlog teased the reveal of the new God of War game, shortly before the PlayStation 5 event. As you probably know, God of War: Ragnarok was indeed revealed at the event, just like Barlog's Twitter header and profile picture suggested.

And it looks like this was not the last of the teases from Cory Barlog. This time, the director has changed his Twitter header, profile picture and location with some interesting, space-related stuff. In his Twitter header, Balrog has a photo of hypersleep chambers from the original Alien film.

His profile picture features a space probe Voyager 2, which was launched by Nasa on August 20, 1977, to study the outer planets. Balrog also has another tease in his location, which simply states "deep space".

Could all of this be just a clue for Balrog's next game? Well, it's hard to say at the moment but we would not be surprised if God of War director is indeed working on something different. We know that some other projects beyond God of War are interesting to Balrog, who talked about this before.

Twitter screenshot showing cory balrog's twitter Cory Barlog's Twitter is jam-paced with space stuff

A new Alien game by Sony studio sounds unlikely but never say never, especially now when Disney own the franchise and PlayStation is home to Spider-man. 

All in all, we hope to hear more about this game in the near future but since SIE Santa Monica are currently busy with God of War: Ragnarok, we assume it will take some time before we get info about this new sci-fi title.

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