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‘God of War: Ascension’ game length revealed

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Update: Todd Papy, Game Director on "God of War Ascension", has clarified comments made during the PAX Panel and shared that "Ascension" will last around as long as the first "God of War"; however, with multiplayer also featured in the title, Papy expects players to get at least 14 hours of play time.

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In March 2013, Sony Computer Entertainment along with Sony Santa Monica will launch one of the PlayStation 3’s most anticipated upcoming titles with the release of “God of War: Ascension”.

While the wait ahead may be lengthy, new information concerning the game’s single-player was shared on Friday evening during the “God of War: Ascension” PAX Prime Panel.

For those wondering how long Kratos’ next adventure will last, it was said during the panel that “God of War Ascension” should last close to 14 hours, which is longer than previous installments.

In addition the game’s length, one of the game’s bosses was also revealed and her name is Megaera, whom is one of the game’s three Furies – the main antagonists for Kratos to battle in “God of War: Ascension”.

“God of War: Ascension” is scheduled for a March, 12, 2013 release in North America. A multiplayer beta is expected to go live later this year in which PlayStation Plus subscribers will be the first to gain access.

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