According to what has emerged in the last few hours Roger Clark, the voice actor who played the role of Arthur Morgan in Red Dead Redemption 2, may soon work with Sony Santa Monica Studio, creators of God of War and who are currently working on the upcoming new chapter of the series. Although for now there has been no confirmation, in the past few hours Clark has shared the job offers page of the Californian software house in a story on his Instagram account, suggesting that in some way he may be involved in the highly anticipated God of War "Ragnarok".
It is worth mentioning that American actor, known for giving voice and motion capture to Arthur Morgan in Red Dead Redemption II not only praised the excellent performance of Kratos' voice actor, Christopher Judge, but also quarreled with Cory Barlog, creative director of SIE Santa Monica Studio. Waiting to find out more details on the story, we remind you to take this information with due precautions, given that at the moment there has been no official confirmation neither from the Californian development team nor from Sony.
Although some time has passed since the PlayStation Studios software house showed the new official logo of the game, on the occasion of the showcase dedicated to the next generation console of the Japanese giant, complete with a launch window, set for 2021, at the moment there is very little information on the next adventure of Kratos e Atreus, even if in the past few days David Jaffe, a former employee of Santa Monica Studio, revealed during a live stream that God of War "Ragnarok" it could be a cross-gen title, therefore available at launch not only on PlayStation 5, but also on the current PS4. A bit like what happened with Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales and will happen soon with Horizon II Forbidden West.