It has been announced that George Mawle, who took part in the last God of War game and worked on the Leviathan Ax dynamic, passed away.
Another sad news came from the game industry and it was announced that George Mawle, who took part in the last God of War game released in 2018, passed away. While there was no explanation about the cause of death of the producer, who left the team after working at the Santa Monica studio for a long time, explanations came from his teammates, especially Cory Barlog, the director of the game.
God of War producer who designed Kratos’ ax dies
George Mawle, one of the main designers of the fighting dynamics of the game, also signed the dynamic of Kratos’ famous ax Leviathan Ax. Mawle, whom Barlog refers to as the father of Leviathan Ax, was behind many popular dynamics on the gameplay side, including the return of the ax.
It was announced by Mihir Sheth that the producer passed away on September 2. “If you enjoyed throwing and retracting the Leviathan Ax in God of War 2018, or spinning the chains of Blades of Chaos, please take a moment,” said Mihir Sheth, who worked at the Santa Monica studio and worked with Mawle on combat dynamics. and remember that this was made possible in large part by the engineering and energy of George Mawle. George Mawle sadly passed away on September 2, 2021. Like many throughout his 20+ game development career, he was with George every day for over five years. I’ve lived at or near him, worked with him every day, and this shocking news has taken a toll on me.”
Mihir Shet had previously scored in 2019. Tweet sharing He also talked about how good Mawle’s influence in the game is. Cory Barlog tweeted: “George was an incredibly funny, smart and warm-blooded person. He was one of the fathers of the feeling of using the Leviathan axe. Without his curiosity and intelligence, those moments of pure happiness where we used the ax would never have existed. His departure broke my heart. rest in peace bro??”