God of War Ragnarok is coming to PC this year

God of War Ragnarok is coming to PC on September 19th

During the company’s latest “State of Play” conference, Sony has confirmed that God of War: Ragnarok is coming to PC later this year. The game will be coming to PC thanks to the efforts of Jetpack Interactive, and it will be launching on September 19th.

On PC, Ragnarok will support all major upscaling technologies. This includes AMD’s FSR 3.1 upscaler, Nvidia DLSS 3.7, and XeSS 1.3. This makes God of War the first PC game that is confirmed to feature FSR 3.1 at launch.

The PC version of Ragnarok is being made by the same team as God of War 2018’s PC release. The game will support ultrawide resolutions, an unlocked framerate, and other advanced features. At launch, the game will feature Ragnarok’s Valhalla DLC and a New Game+ mode.

Controversially, Sony has confirmed that this game will require a PlayStation account to play on PC. This is hugely disappointing given the single-player nature of this game. This may even prevent Steam Deck owners from being able to play this game. After all, they couldn’t use the PSN features of Ghost of Tsushima’s PC version.

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