13 Sep 2021 5:28 PM +00:00

Is God of War Coming To PC?

Update - September 13

The big GeForce leak showed God of War is, indeed, coming to PC at some point in the future, along with Horizon Forbidden West, and Gran Turismo 7.

While some entries on the leaked list should be treated with some speculation - they could be placeholders, for instance - it would fit with Sony's broader strategy of porting its classic titles, such as Days Gone and Horizon: Forbidden Dawn, to PC following its sequel's announcement.


However, as with all leaks, this should be treated as rumor until officially confirmed.

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Those whose interests were peaked by God of War only to find out that it's a PlayStation exclusive, you weren't alone in disappointment, but it seems like we won't have to sulk much longer...

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Is God of War Coming To PC?

If you're hoping to play God of War on PC then you may be in luck, it seems that a number of PlayStation hits will be making their way to PC gaming. Sony announced not long ago that they would be porting more titles over to PC this year, though no specific titles were mentioned. Of course, when details are left out players try to fill in the blanks, so there has been plenty of murmurs about which games may be included.

Many PC players patiently waited for Horizon Zero Dawn and Death Stranding, as well as that, the wait for Days Gone is almost up with the port releasing this Spring. For those who have been eagerly hoping to play some of the most popular recent PlayStation titles but don't own a console, or simply prefer desktop, your prayers may be answered.

According to CrazyLeaksOnATrain on Twitter, an account widely known for releasing information ahead of announcements, some exclusive games including God of War, Bloodborne, Ghost of Tsushima, and a number of Uncharted titles will be making their way to PC.


Take this information with a pinch of salt though as you should with most Twitter leaks, a number of them can be made up to create a buzz in the community and some just get the wires crossed. Although, sometimes these leaks are legit and we're hoping this time that's the case.

We'll be sure to update you if any other information is revealed on this topic but for now why not check out news on the devs ramping up recruit for an unannounced title?