Counterfeit God of War is on sale in the Xbox store

In the crappy title screen, Kratos is standing in a large sandy arena.

God of War Ragnarok is one of the most anticipated games of 2022 that kids say has got people all over the world excited. But this is only for PlayStation consoles. Don’t worry Xbox players, someone spent at least 20 minutes developing the Xbox version God of War. Except that it… sucks, looks terrible and is probably not allowed by Sony.

As noticed Eurogamer, a new and fairly cheap action game is available on Xbox that appears to be played by Kratos. The game doesn’t have a fancy name. gods of war baby zeus and is available for $4.09 in the US.. Looks like a deal so far you see the game in action

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The game has no sound effects or music, the limited animation breaks easily, and there’s no real depth to it. It’s just waves of the same enemy attacking Kratos over and over again as he thrashes around, killing them and earning a point for each one he’s defeated. Almost everything in the game looks like an asset copied from somewhere else, including enemies that appear to be monsters from some other world. Resident Evil the game. Also, the title screen of the game has a different title.”god of warning“.

Here’s a description of the game from its actual store page, which looks alarmingly identical to every other game on the Xbox store:

War gods zeus baby great war game. Destroy all enemies and creatures with Zeus Gods of War call [sic]. Kill them all with your pistol. Launch attacks with various combos. Get the maximum number of monster kills without dying. Feel the power of the warning god.

Kotaku contacted Microsoft about this apparent counterfeit and asked the company how it prevents these types of games from appearing on the store.

It turns out that this game, made in Unity and released on July 26, is part of the Xbox Creators Program. The idea is to allow small teams and solo developers to use their consoles as developer hardware, making it easier for people to create games and sell them on Xbox and PC. Theoretically, this is a cool idea that reminds me a lot of Xbox Indie Program from epoch 360.

But it can also be used by naughty developers who want to toss a few assets to make a quick buck, especially if the game review isn’t thorough enough. And while it god of War clone is more of a terrible joke than a big issue, I’d be nervous about still being allowed to slip into the xbox store with a slight oversight.

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