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Seth Killian Leaves Sony, Teases Santa Monica Studio's "STELLAR Lineup"

Posted on Wednesday, March 26 @ 10:52:41 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Seth Killian has confirmed his departure from Santa Monica Studios, revealing that he left Sony back in December of last year "on great terms."

So why then has he decided to leave the folks at Santa Monica? Apparently, the indie scene has inspired him to go off and do his own thing. He explained on Twitter:
 

In addition, Killian teased PlayStation gamers in another post, saying that Santa Monica Studios has some really exciting stuff in the works.
 

The Sony first-party studio has an amazing track record, so there's plenty of reason to be excited. Might we finally get a God of War IV announcement this year at E3? Just imagine how amazing a next-gen take on that series would look!

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