God of War Ragnarok is coming to PC, an announcement to be made this month

Sony is yet to officially confirm the report

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God of War Ragnarok

If sources are to be believed, God of War: Ragnarok, a PS exclusive till now, is headed for the PC release. The announcement is likely to be made during PlayStation Showcase 2024, reportedly to be held in May.

The information was first shared by billbil-kun, a reliable leaker, via Dealabs.

According to the report, God of War: Ragnarok will be the latest PS exclusive to be released for PC users. However, it failed to tell us anything about the release date.

So far, Sony has followed a pattern of bringing PlayStation exclusives to PC at least a year after the initial release. This was also confirmed by Hermen Hulst in an interview last year. If Sony applies that to God of War: Ragnarok, first released in November’22, the 1-year period is already over, and the title should soon be ported on PC.

Also, there’s no clarity as to whether Sony will enforce the mandatory PSN (PlayStation Network) account linking in God of War: Ragnarok‘s PC version. We sincerely hope the whole Helldivers 2 PSN account linking episode was a lesson for Sony, and it doesn’t try that again with the latest exclusive titles coming to PC.

While most of the above information is based on sources, we have some confirmed news to get excited. Ghost of Tsushima is set for release on May 16, 2024. And, not to forget, PlayStation trophies are now on PC!

How excited are you about God of War: Ragnarok coming to PC? Share with us in the comments section.

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