'God Of War' is the latest video game to be adapted for television.
Following in the footsteps of fellow PlayStation franchise 'The Last Of Us', 'God Of War' has been picked up by Amazon Prime to be developed into a television series.
'God Of War' tells the story of Kratos, the son of Zeus and a mortal woman named Castillo, and is one of PlayStation's most iconic characters.
The games are famous for their brutal, gory combat and bombastic set-pieces, with the games taking place in ancient Greece, and more recently, Kratos has set up shop in the world of Norse mythology.
Per Deadline Hollywood, an adaptation of the hit series is currently in the negotiation process at Prime Video, which also has an adaptation of 'Fallout' in the works.
'The Expanse' creators and producers Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby are among those attached to the project, with 'The Wheel Of Time' showrunner Rafe Judkins also attached to the show.
'The Expanse' and 'The Wheel Of Time' have been major hits for Amazon; drafting in creative personnel from other hit Amazon titles to adapt a hit video game seems like a shrewd move.
Since launching in 2005, the 'God Of War' franchise has been a major hit for Sony, with 2018's 'God Of War' alone selling over 20 million copies for the PlayStation 4.
The games have received critical acclaim over the years and have been strong sellers for Sony, with Kratos serving as a mascot of sorts for the PlayStation.
Kratos' uber-violent adventures appear to be a good fit for Amazon, with their big-budget shows and penchant for hyper-violence as seen in the likes of 'The Boys' helping set them apart from other streaming services.
'God Of War' will make its grand return to consoles later this year with 'God Of War: Ragnarok', which promises to be a show of force for the PlayStation 5.