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News video games 31 May 2024, 02:19

Kratos Returns to PC. God of War: Ragnarok Will Soon Leave PlayStation's Cage

More than a year and a half after its release on PS4 and PS5, Sony announced a PC-dedicated version of God of War: Ragnarok. The continuation of Kratos and Atreus' adventure will arrive on personal computers in September.

Source: Sony Interactive Entertainment.

When billbil-kun reports something, you can usually be sure that his words will soon turn into facts. The same happened with the leak concerning the PC port of God of War: Ragnarok.

In early May, this internet user reported that the latest game from Santa Monica Studio would hit the PC. A few days ago, he updated his message, indicating that the announcement of the PC version of the game about the further adventures of Kratos and Atreus will be announced within 10 days.

So it happened - at today's State of Play show, Sony announced that God of War: Ragnarok will be released on PC on September 19, 2024. Below you can watch the trailer of the port.

Similar to the recently released PC version of Ghost of Tsushima, the computer version of GoW: Ragnarok will offer support for ultrawide monitors (with screen ratios of 21:9 and 32:9), DualSense controller support, and support for Nvidia DLSS 3, AMD FSR 3, and Intel XeSS technologies. Furthermore, the struggles of the titular Spartan can be admired in 4K resolution and with an unlocked frame rate limit. Unfortunately, we haven't yet learned the system requirements of the title.

The PC edition of the game will come with the "base game" and a popular free DLC called Valhalla. While it marks the conclusion of the Nordic story about Kratos, the main character explores his own past in order to confront his demons.

  1. God of War: Ragnarok on Steam

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