This is as good a time as any for Kratos to transition to live-action since God of War: Ragnarök’s release on PlayStation systems last fall.
Amazon Prime Video eventually decided to acquire a series adaption of the God of War franchise in December after acquiring the rights in early 2022.
Additionally, Katherine Pope, president of Sony Pictures Television Studios, spoke with Deadline about the objectives of the next programme.
Pope stated in the interview that PlayStation IP has grown “more and more important,” particularly in light of The Last of Us’ HBO success.
That programme appears to have provided a reliable road map for adapting specific video game franchises for either large or small screens.
Although it’s still early, Pope suggested that God of War is adopting a similar strategy of developing the lore while preserving the essential components that first made the games so well-liked.
“We’re working on God of War, the PlayStation title, which is still in the early stages,” said Pope.
“I know the game pretty well, and I’m so impressed with what they’re already doing in terms of building out that world and expanding, keeping all the values of the game, but also expanding it so that if you don’t know the game, it’s still going to be a really satisfying show on its own.”
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