Last month we reported on the possibility of a God Of War PC port. Yesterday this became the truth. Sony reported that God of War is coming to PC in a blog post on their official website. This also immediately proves a leak that was covered by us last month.
Let me catch you up on this story a little bit. On September 13th a Twitter user @JulyIghor shared his findings after taking apart Geforce Now. The PC exclusive app meant for streaming games contained titles such as Catherine: Full Body, Shin Megami Tensei V, and God of War. GoW was a stand-out position among other games though. As it had designation “STEAM”, while others displayed “UNKNOWN”.
From day one the story seemed credible. I mean, why would NVIDIA store such information? The company came out with an excuse, that this was their speculative list meant for internal tracking and testing. But, come on now. They did not speculate highly-requested PC Bloodborne, or wildly popular Spider-Man, or The Last of Us. But somehow they speculate Shin Megami Tensei V or Demon’s Souls? This is definitely no random list of titles.
God of War PC port – No longer a matter of specluation
And now here we are. One of the most surprising parts of that leak has just been confirmed. God of War (2018) will hit steam on January 14, 2022. “Our primary goal when bringing God of War to PC was to highlight the exceptional content the team created and leverage the powerful hardware that the platform offers to create a uniquely breathtaking and high-performance version of the game,” reports the Santa Monica Studio via PlayStation Blog.
Support for 4k resolutions and unlocked framerate are confirmed. Developers promise a wide range of graphical options to fine-tune your own God of War experience. Higher-res shadows, improved reflections, enhancements to ambient occlusion, and much more are also direct quotes from the post.
God of War is shipping to pc with a handful a skins for the boy, Kratos and his shield. The devs also promise to share more details when we are closer to release day of the game.
And now all we have to do is wait. Wait for God of War for the PC. And for the rest of the NVIDIA leaks to become a reality. Demon’s Souls for PC is something I’m definetly interested in.