SCE Santa Monica Studio teasing something

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SCE Santa Monica Studio

Update 12/3/15 at 9:30 a.m.: This game has been revealed as Bound, a 3D platformer developed by Plastic Studios, for PlayStation 4. Read more here.

Original 11/30/15 at 2:17 p.m.: SCE Santa Monica Studio, developer of God of War, is teasing something. The studio’s community manager posted a series of GIFs throughout social networks like Twitter and Facebook today, each linking to the next GIF. Each includes the text, “See the next fragment ‪#‎takeastep‬,” before linking to the next GIF. The Reddit GIF, however, says “Sometimes in order to… See the next fragment.” Its link loops back to Twitter to restart the cycle.

Here’s the stream of GIFs:

It’s worth noting that the NeoGAF thread, which was posted by SCE Santa Monica Studio’s community manager, is titled “Sony Santa Monica teasing something.”

PlayStation Experience is this weekend in San Francisco. On the morning of Saturday, December 5, Sony will host an opening keynote where it is expected to share a multitude of announcements. The only known game in development (not as a project with an external partner) at SCE Santa Monica Studio is a new God of War for PlayStation 4.

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