P.J. Esteves has made a few interesting comments in regards to his upcoming project, “Ryse: Son of Rome,”being frequently compared to the “God of War” series. The design director at Crytek was asked about his thoughts on the subject matter during a long video interview with Gameswelt on Nov. 8.
P.J. Esteves disclosed that the development team members are fans of “God of War” and used the titles of the series, along with other action-adventure video games, as references when developing for “Ryse: Son of Rome.”
However, he believed that the cameras between the two are “a lot different.” He also thinks that “Ryse: Son of Rome” contains a “more free flowing creative combat system” without any “prescribed combos.” You can check out some screens of the Xbox One exclusive title in the slideshow near the top of this article and his comments from the video interview below:
We loved God of War, obviously. In preparing for this game, we played all the action-adventures: Batman, Assassin’s Creed, God of War. I don’t think it is necessary patterned after any one of those. Our camera is a lot different than God of War’s camera. They are about these kind of big quick time events where you take down these giants titans and stuff like that. We’re not really about that, we’re more about this kind of cinematic, story driven experience with more kind of a free flowing creative combat system. We don’t really prescribed combos or do stuff like that.
Crytek is the studio that is responsible for developing “Ryse: Son of Rome.” The Xbox One exclusive software product was first introduced as a motion-based video game for the Xbox 360. It was shown off at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo as a next-generation launch title.
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