President Trump bans the use of Venezuelan cryptocurrencies
Apple's next big display innovation could be microscopically small
Sea of Thieves' 'Day One Patch' is a joke
God of War Release Date Possibly Leaked by Official PlayStation Store - Rumor
05 December 2017, 05:18 | Jodi Jackson
Report: God Of War's Release Date Has Been Leaked On Chile's PlayStation Store
2018 is looking to be an exciting year for PlayStation 4 owners. Now, the biggest doubt is related to the launch date of the game. You guys can check out the screenshot of the God of War PS4 Chilean PS Store listing below.
March 22nd was also the release date of the very first God of War title so launching the reboot on the same day would be a nice touch. Well, it seems that we already know when the next adventure of Kratos will be available.
KitGuru Says: Sony Santa Monica is taking God of War in a brand new direction with this game and judging by the trailers, it is going to be awesome. Spotted by the one and only Wario64 on Twitter, the US PlayStation Store originally had the game listed for a March 22, 2018 release date. With the Game Awards 2017 and PlayStation Experience 2017 coming up, it might be possible for Sony to put all rumors to rest by announcing God of War Release Date through that platform. We must, therefore, take this information with caution, as it could be an error. At the moment, nothing is confirmed, so we'll have to keep waiting. That lines up with Sony's early 2018 estimate from E3, and gives the start of next year another huge title to look forward to. We hope to get more details during this week.
Parents say bullying led USA teen to hang herself
After constantly getting made fun of at school & being called 'ugly, ' Rosalie Avila committed suicide in her room. The family says they took their concerns to their daughter's middle school, but feel that not enough was done.
5 reasons why David De Gea should win the Ballon d'Or?
The defeat ended a 12-game winning run at home in the league and was the Gunners' fifth in 15 league games this season. Goalkeeper Petr Cech said on arsenal.com: "The game was decided at the start with our two mistakes and they scored".
Pope recalls suffering faces from Myanmar, Bangladesh trip
Burma is at a "turning point" where it will be hard to move forward, he said, but it also would be hard to back away from change. Francis said they deserved to hear something from him directly, and so he asked for a microphone and spoke from the heart.
Sensex ends lower ahead of RBI policy call
The broader market depicted a mixed trend, with the BSE mid-cap ending up 0.41%, while small-cap index finished 0.03% down. Telecom, Bankex and oil & gas indices closed higher by 0.83 per cent, 0.38 per cent and 0.16 per cent, respectively.