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God Of War Ragnarok Looks To Be Coming To PC Next

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PlayStation’s next upcoming PC port, Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, isn’t quite out yet but that hasn’t stopped one of the next games to make the leap from PlayStation to Personal Computer from already appearing.

Unfortunately for PlayStation, the news hasn’t come via official channels but by way of frequent leaker “billbil-kun,” whose information is almost always good, making this seem all-but accurate.

Old mate bill seems to indicate in their report that God of War Ragnarök is either next in line, or close to, for the PC port privilege, and should be officially revealed this month. That would seemingly line up with other rumours that PlayStation is gearing up to broadcast a new showcase at some point in May. You can read the full report here.

God of War Ragnarök came out back in November 2022, meaning we could very well see the PC iteration release in less than two years since the PlayStation version.

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Back at the console launch, I scored the game a healthy 9.5/10 in my review, saying, “God of War Ragnarök is a triumph. Santa Monica Studio has successfully taken everything that was great about the last game and amplified it while correcting just about every problem area and then some. There are slight stumbles, but it’s a constantly surprising, epic adventure that shows genuine growth in its characters, backed up by best-in-class combat and a menagerie of breathtaking scenes. This makes Ragnarök an easy GOTY contender and one of the best games I’ve played in years.”

All eyes are on Ghost of Tsushima’s PC port at the moment, with PlayStation having just courted controversy thanks to a mandate to force PSN logins for Helldivers 2 players on PC, a mandate that was quickly reverse after intense backlash. GoT will also have a PSN login requirement, though it’ll be strictly for the game’s online multiplayer mode and not its single-player component.