We're already well aware of just how highly you lot regard the PlayStation 2's God of War, and now the creator of the franchise, which is set to see a second title appear in 2007, has said he wouldn't mind making the series a trilogy.
Writing in his blog earlier this week, Sony Santa Monica creative director David Jaffe wrote, "As Cory [Barlog, God of War II director] and I have said to the press, [God of War II] is the second act of a bigger story. And when you are making a game, you never really know if the game will turn out good enough to merit another one in the series. But after last week, I can say I am very confident of our chances to be able to complete the God of War trilogy. You never know, but that's me just putting it out there."
It's not the first time that God of War 3 has been mentioned - the aforementioned Barlog touched on the prospect of a third entry in the series last month in an interview with CVG, commenting that, "I would love to see a trilogy happen." What makes this news even more tantalising is the fact that the PlayStation 3 will be at least two months old by the time God of War II finally appears in 2007, meaning the chances of seeing a third instalment on the PlayStation 3 are, well, really rather good. So, next-gen God of War? Yes please, Sony.