Amazon’s ‘God of War’ TV Series Moves Forward Following The 2018 Video Game Storyline

Today, Amazon Studios officially announced they will indeed be moving forward with a God of War live-action series for the streaming service. The series was announced earlier this year with Iron Man writers Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby. The series will also be showrun by Wheel of Time showrunner Rafe Judkins. Surprisingly, the announcement revealed the show will follow Kratos after his war with the old gods of Greece. And when he discovers the Norse gods from the 2018 video game.

Based on the massively popular 2018 video game, the show follows Kratos, the God of War, who, after exiling himself from his blood-soaked past in ancient Greece, hangs up his weapons forever in the Norse realm of Midgard, per Amazon’s description. When his beloved wife dies, Kratos sets off on a dangerous journey with his estranged son Atreus to spread her ashes from the highest peak — his wife’s final wish. Kratos soon realizes the journey is an epic quest in disguise, one which will test the bonds between father and son, and force Kratos to battle new gods and monsters for the fate of the world.

Santa Monica Studio’s studio creative director Cory Barlog will also serve as executive producer, in addition to Playstation Productions’ Asad Qizilbash and Carter Swan, Santa Monica Studio’s Yumi Yang, and Vertigo’s Roy Lee.

“’God of War’ is a compelling, character-driven franchise that we believe will captivate our global customers as much with its expansive and immersive worlds as its rich storytelling. We are honored to share in the adventure of exploring the God of War mythology in such a momentous way with Sony Pictures Television, PlayStation Productions, and Santa Monica Studio.” – Vernon Sanders

God of War has no set release date

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