God of War Ragnarok PC: Will The Game Come To Steam?

Is God of War: Ragnarok on PC coming soon? Fans are naturally interested in whether or not Kratos will be coming to PC, despite the series’ longstanding status as a crown jewel of the PlayStation. The upcoming God of War: Ragnarok has amassed a lot of excitement, and for a good reason.

Incorporating a touching story into the series’ usual mix, God of War (2018) marked a major improvement over previous entries. Because of this, people are eager to see where Santa Monica Studio takes the renowned third-person action series next.

And now that we know what God of War Ragnarok’s skills are, we can’t wait for the game’s release on the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on November 9 to dive into the game’s hefty and powerful combat. We anticipate Ragnarok’s combat to be just as thrilling as that found in previous God of War titles.

Fans are now wondering if the PC version of God of War Ragnarok will include all nine kingdoms. To help, we have scoured the web for every scrap of data we could find that might shed light on the answer to this burning topic. Learn more about the potential PC release of God of War: Ragnarok by reading on.

God of War Ragnarok Release Date

All of the customization options from the 2018 release have been carried over and improved upon, giving gamers even more ways to tailor the experience to their preferences. A new teaser for the film was released on July 6, 2022, confirming that it would be released in theatres throughout the world on November 9, 2022.

God Of War Ragnarok Pc: Will There Be A Release?

There is good news and negative news to share. God of War Ragnarok’s PC release has not yet been confirmed, which is bad news. While there have been no announcements regarding a PC version of God of War: Ragnarok, fans should not give up hope.

God of War Ragnarok Gameplay
God of War Ragnarok Gameplay

There is no assurance that a PC version of God of War will be released in the future, but the version that arrived on Steam in January 2022 was a huge hit. According to data compiled by sites like SteamCharts(opens in new tab), God of War (2018) has been performing quite well on Steam in terms of sales and concurrent gamers. Like a result, it’s not unreasonable to assume that Sony will eventually port Ragnarok to PC, just as it did with its predecessor.

Sony is obviously cashing in big time on the PC gaming market. The business estimates that its PC gaming profits will “quadruple” by 2022, thanks to the success of Horizon: Zero Dawn, God of War, and Days Gone.

All else being equal, Sony’s tremendous profitability on PC might very well convince the company to port Ragnarok over to the PC platform. “We will examine expanding our first-party titles to the PC platform, in order to foster further growth in our profitability,” Sony said in its 2020 corporate report(opens in new tab), as cited by PCGamer(opens in new tab). Because of this, it’s possible that the business will keep shifting in that direction.

However, it should be stressed that nothing formal has been confirmed and that this is, at this moment, merely speculation. The chances of a PC release of God of War: Ragnarok aren’t great, but they aren’t zero. Until then, rest assured that we will keep you apprised of any news on Sony’s plans.

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