God of War Ragnarok’s PC reveal is imminent, leaker claims

It looks like God of War Ragnarok will be revealed for PC very soon

Billbil_kun, the well known gaming leaker, has revealed that God of War Ragnarok will be revealed for PC “very soon”. This will make the popular sequel the newest PlayStation-to-PC conversion, following up Ghost of Tsushima, and Horizon: Forbidden West.

Today, Sony has confirmed that they will be hosting a new “State of Play” event on Thursday, May 30th. This event will be hosted at 11 PM BST, and this may be where Sony plans to reveal the new PC conversion.

God of War (2018) was a huge success on PC, and it makes sense for Sony to release its sequel on the PC platform. After all, the game already has positive reviews on PlayStation 4/5. That means that a PC release would be a guaranteed money-spinner for Sony. Well, provided the PC version runs well.

2024 has already been a huge year for Sony’s PlayStation PC segment. Horizon: Forbidden West has already arrived on PC. Additionally, both Ghost of Tsushima and Until Dawn are due to arrive on PC this year. Helldivers 2 has also been a huge hit on PC, even if recent controversies have lowered the game’s review rating.

If Ragnarok comes to PC, we can expect the game to support more advanced visuals than the game’s PS5 version. Support for upscaling technologies like Nvidia DLSS, AMD FSR, and Intel XeSS should also be expected. Furthermore, PC games can expect the game to feature an unlocked framerate, and widescreen support.

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