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God Of War Ragnarok PC Version Will Be Revealed Very Soon - Report

The port is reportedly being announced this month.


God of War Ragnarok is reportedly the next PlayStation game that will come to PC, and its reveal could be coming soon.

According to Dealabs, God of War Ragnarok's PC version might be announced this month. However, the release date is currently unknown. There's a rumor that Sony will be holding showcase this month as well, which could be a likely venue for such a reveal.

Dealabs has had a consistent track record when it comes to these kinds of announcements. Last year, it correctly reported that Horizon Forbidden West Complete Edition would come to PC. Dealabs also reported that Supermassive's Until Dawn would be receiving a "new version." A remake from developer Ballistic Moon was indeed announced back in January during PlayStation's last State of Play.

Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut is going to be the next PlayStation game to arrive on PC, releasing on May 16. It's the first PC version to support Sony's new PlayStation overlay feature, so it's possible that God of War Ragnarok on PC could receive this feature too.

Sony recently took heat for trying to enforce a PSN sign-in requirement for Helldivers 2 that it reneged on, and it's unclear how Sony will navigate the requirement for future PC releases. PSN account is required to play the multiplayer portion of Ghost of Tsushima on PC.

In GameSpot's God of War Ragnarok review, we said, "Sony Santa Monica brings back what made the original God of War reboot great and delivers another fantastic story with exceptional writing."

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