God of War: Ragnarok’s PC port rumored to be revealed this month

God of War: Ragnarok’s PC port rumored to be revealed this month

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May 20, 2024 at 1:02 PM BST

How does one follow up on one of the greatest games of the past decade? It’s a fairly rare dilemma to have, but it was one that Sony Santa Monica had found themselves facing after making God of War (2018). And they managed to overcome said dilemma expertly, by creating a sequel that not only reached the heights of its predecessor, it towered over them. And that exact sequel, that is, God of War: Ragnarok, could be available to play on PC very soon.

According to ‘Dealabs’, the PC version of God of War: Ragnarok might be announced this month. ‘Dealabs’ has had a consistent track record when it comes to these kinds of announcements. Last year they correctly predicted that “Horizon Forbidden West” would come to PC. They also reported that “Until Dawn” would get a remake, which was indeed confirmed by their developer “Ballistic Moon” during Sony’s last State Of Play. So, the main speculation seems to be that God Of War: Ragnarok’s PC port may be revealed during a showcase that will be held by Sony this month.

Playstation has been slowly porting its first-party lineup to PCs for the last couple of years and it seems that following Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, God of War: Ragnarok may be next in line. There are obviously no details regarding the PC port’s potential release date. But Horizon Forbidden West, which released the same year as Ragnarok, has migrated to PC in just over two years after its initial release. So if that is to be taken as a reliable example to be followed for the PC ports of Sony’s titles, then God of War: Ragnarok may just be playable on PC by the end of the year.