Sony's Upcoming Title, God Of War: Ragnarök, Is Reportedly Heading For A PC Release, According To Insider Claims

The forthcoming launch in the acclaimed "God of War" franchise, titled "Ragnarök," is rumored to be the next offering from Sony poised to transition into the PC gaming domain.

Leaker billbil-kun, who has a track record of accurately disclosing Sony's plans ahead of official announcements, claims to have ascertained that an announcement regarding the PC version of the critically acclaimed follow-up to the 2019 God of War title is expected in May.

While billable-kun is uncertain about the precise launch date for the game, they suggest that additional details might emerge during the next PlayStation State of Play event. Although there is speculation about this showcase occurring later in the current month, official confirmation is still pending.

Should the announcement about the PC port materialize in May, the focus will then shift to Sony to ascertain whether PC gamers will be mandated to integrate with PlayStation Network (PSN) to play the game. Previously, the team at Sucker Punch Productions indicated that players would need to link with PSN to use the Legends co-op mode in their game Ghost of Tsushima. However, individuals who face legal obstacles in creating a PSN account are seeing their pre-orders canceled and receiving refunds.

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