God of War Ragnarok Set to Embark on PC Gaming Odyssey with Impending Announcement

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God of War Ragnarok Set to Embark on PC Gaming Odyssey with Impending Announcement

It's been suggested that "God of War: Ragnarok" is the next exclusive title from PlayStation slated for a PC debut, with an official reveal deemed to be on the horizon.

The pathway from PlayStation exclusivity to PC availability has been gradually established, notably with the porting of "Horizon: Forbidden West" this past March and the much-anticipated PC version of "Ghost of Tsushima: Director's Cut" arriving shortly. It appears that the adventure featuring Kratos as a father is poised to join this lineup shortly.

A source known for accuracy, billable-kun, familiar with disclosing details about "Mortal Kombat 1" and the PS Plus games lineup, has indicated that "God of War: Ragnarok" is set to transition to PC gaming platforms next. Although its presence at the speculated State of Play event by Sony is uncertain, the announcement is expected soon, possibly later this current month.

While the exact timing for the PC rendition's release remains unclear, the conversion of "Horizon Forbidden West" to PC happened roughly two years post its original launch. Drawing from this pattern, it's conceivable that "God of War Ragnarok" could grace PC screens towards this year's conclusion.

In "God of War: Ragnarok," the narrative propels our protagonist, fueled by rage, through a series of encounters against formidable gods from Norse lore, amidst efforts to mend ties with his adolescent son. Its compelling narrative and intensified action garnered the sequel multiple accolades.

The "God of War: Valhalla" update, introduced by Sony Santa Monica without charge, presented a new roguelike mode that was so comprehensive that it mirrored the expansiveness of premium DLC. This addition serves as an epilogue to the principal narrative and hints at a possible extension of the reboot series.

To deepen the sense of immersion in "God of War: Ragnarok," one of the developers integrated the actual heartbeat of his soon-to-be-born child, enriching the game's soundscape.