By Jay / / Games News

It’s becoming increasingly common for PlayStation exclusive games to make their way to the PC platform, and the same seems to be on the horizon for God of War Ragnarok. Rumors circulating on the internet suggest that the game might be released for PC in the upcoming year 2025.

Silknigth, via X/Twitter, predicted the announcement timing for the Ghost of Tsushima port for PC, indicating that the game might not be available until the first quarter of 2025. Additionally, it’s speculated that when God of War Ragnarok launches on PC, it will include the Valhalla expansion, adding a roguelite touch to its gameplay.

Silknigth’s tweet on March 19, 2024, hinted at the possibility of a PC version of the game, suggesting a potential release in the first quarter of 2025. However, earlier availability would be considered a bonus.

Other PlayStation Exclusives Heading to PC Aside from God of War Ragnarok

While it’s disappointing that the game might not hit PC shelves this year, Sony is set to bring several PlayStation exclusives to PC in 2024, including Horizon Forbidden West and Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut.

God of War Ragnarok is an action-adventure game inspired by Norse mythology. Ragnarok is set in Ancient Scandinavia following Kratos with his son, Atreus.

Covering the Norse era in the series, the game delves into Ragnarok, the central eschatological event in Norse mythology that was previously hinted at in the series after Kratos killed the Aesir god, Baldur. The game was previously released exclusively for PS4 and PS5 on November 9, 2024.

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