"The God of war" is to be sold on April 20th, and SONY and developer St. Monica studios still haven't stopped publicity for the game. Finder interviewed  , a senior online community strategist at St. Monica's studio, Aaron Kaufman, and discussed the naming of the new "God of war" with him. In the interview, they raised a question that everyone was curious about: Why did the "God of war" not call "the God of war 4"? Aaron indicates that the naming of Ares represents the beginning of a new era, which represents Quitos's departure from the Greek mythology universe and into the Nordic mythological cosmos. "This marks a new period, for example, the Greek period is the first chapter, then the Nordic period is the second chapter. The first chapter tells the years of Kratos's youth, anger and revenge. In the second chapter, Kratos's thinking becomes "I have a son. I'm trying to become human. I didn't forget it.