God of War 4 spotted on composer resume

More fuel for the fire.

Timothy Williams, who has composed films like 300 and Conan the Barbarian, as well as games like Defense of the Ancients and Rise of the Argonauts, is working on the score to God of War IV, if his resume is anything to go by.

Siliconera spotted the listing on his resume, since removed, which read:

PSM3 magazine claims God of War IV will feature online co-op involving Kratos and his brother Deimos, while an earlier issue of the magazine claimed it’ll release in September this year.

Stay tuned.

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