'God of War' was set to have a couple of DLCs - but they too ambitious to pull off.

God of War

God of War

The game's director Cory Barlog has revealed that he had been writing more content for the games but that his ideas got too "big" and would have taken to long to complete.

H explained: "There was a time when I wrote a couple of DLCs that we were talking about, 'Ok, what if we did release some other stuff after?' You know, there are interesting ideas but I think the amount of time we'd have to put into it, it would start to end up kinda like a ['The Last Of Us'] 'Left Behind' or a ['InFamous'] 'First Light' kinda thing where it's just so big ... like [Uncharted] Lost Legacy or something like that."

Barlog was advised that his ideas could have been a whole other game and were to large for a DLC.

Appearing on 'The GameOverGreggy Show' on YouTube, he added: '"It would [have] ended up being its own thing.

"Rightfully so, everybody said, 'Dude, this is crazy, this isn't DLC, this is a little too big.'"

Meanwhile, Barlog revealed at the end of last year that he has big plans for his next project.

The man behind the hugely popular PlayStation 4 title appears to be working on something new, and 'Warcraft' filmmaker Duncan Jones - the son of David Bowie - revealed the news with a cryptic and very exciting tweet.

Taking to social media revealing a meeting between the pair, he wrote: "On a positive note, @corybarlog turns out to be as sweet, thoughtful & intelligent as I'd grown to think he is from our online interactions.

"And if you think that God of War is his magnum opus, just you wait!

"So why was I meeting with Cory? Well, first, I am a fan... and 2ndly, I wanted an honest take on a certain script, from an artist who I think has an incredibly strong skill for storytelling."

Although no further details were given - about either man's future plans - Barlog later responded to a news story about it with a shocked face emoji.

Jones cheekily added: "I admit. I am the one who uncovered the scoop that @corybarlog has not retired!"

Barlog previously revealed he was open to the idea of a collaboration with Netflix after rumours of a film adaptation of 'God of War'.

Responding to the speculation, Cory teased on Twitter: "True. This is not happening. Hmmm... I wonder if we should do something about that @netflix?"