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Will God of War Ragnarok be on PC?

With an official release date finally revealed, you may be wondering if God of War Ragnarok will be available on PC.



God of War Ragnarock PC

The God of War franchise has been a staple of Sony’s PlayStation console for years, but with a particular platform growing in popularity, many are wondering if God of War Ragnarok will be on PC.

With 2022 halfway behind us we’ve seen the release of some fantastic titles in the first half of the year including Elden Ring, Sniper Elite 5, and V Rising. Thankfully, the second half is shaping up to be just as spectacular for players, with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and the highly anticipated God of War Ragnarok on the horizon.

In particular, God of War Ragnarok is one that has players excited given wait has been a long one for fans of the franchise. Before you get too excited about getting your hands on the game, we’re here to let you know if God of War Ragnarok is coming to PC.

Is God of War Ragnarok coming to PC?

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At launch, God of War Ragnarok will not be available on PC. When the highly anticipated game is released to the public on November 9, 2022, it will only be available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

Given that the PlayStation 5 has been around for almost two years, some may be surprised to see that God of War Ragnarok will also be available on PlayStation 4. However, this is likely a calculated decision that has factored in PS5 console shortages and overall low supply.

Despite its strong ties to Sony and their proprietary consoles, this does not mean that God of War Ragnarok cannot become available on PC post-launch.

Fans of the franchise will recall that God of War (2018) also launched as a PlayStation exclusive, but was then ported to PC at a later date.

While no God of War Ragnarok PC port has been confirmed yet, it isn’t completely out of the equation if we take its predecessor as an example.

Unfortunately, some may recall that the arrival of God of War (2018) on PC took over three years to materialize so your patience could be tested once more. We’ll keep you posted as more information on a potential PC version comes to light.

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