God of War 4 leaked via resume

God of War 3 wasn’t the end of the line, if the resume of a former Motion Logic Studios employee is to be believed. Apparently, the cinematics studio is currently working on “Game Cinematic for God of War 4 Cinematic Test,” where employee Chanik Hwang was “Responsible for Character Animation in Maya”.

Hwang’s LinkedIn profile

The information comes by way of Hwang’s LinkedIn profile. Apparently, he worked on the game from May 2010 through August 2010. Considering God of War 3 launched in March 2010, there’s no logical explanation supporting this as a typo.

Hwang’s personal resume

Further aiding the ‘no-typo’ theory is Hwang’s general resume, found by way of his personal website. Under ‘Motion Logic Studios’, we see the listing: “God of War 4 – Game Cinematic Test”.

Venturing further to the Motion Logic’s official site shows that — as of May 1, 2010 — the company is in “current production on in-game animations for an unannounced AAA game title”.

God of War is triple-A, last time I checked.

Thanks, SystemLink.

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