God of War III is ‘Too Tight’ for DLC

April 12, 2010 Written by Andrej Cilkov

God of War III, one of the most highly-acclaimed hack and slash games to debut on the PS3, may not be receiving any major DLC, claims GOW3 director Stig Asmussen. Amussen believes that the game is “zipped up so tight” that there isn’t much that Santa Monica can do content-wise.

However, this is not to say that an epilogue to the game isn’t within the realm of possibility, although it seems that at this stage, skins and challenges are about all that could be released, claims Amussen.

“The problem with this game is that it’s so tight, it’s zipped up so tight, and it’s designed to work one way. We couldn’t just put in new AI characters or something like that without breaking the whole thing.”

But does this mean that the related teaser site (unlocked upon obtaining the game’s Platinum trophy) is just that? A teaser? Or could it mean more?
One thing we know for sure is that as each quarter gets filled, the intensity of the rain and thunder increases. Currently, it’s at 50%.

God of War III was released on 16th March (in North America) and has sold over 1.3 million copies to date (with the series selling over 11.5 million in total).