Ragnarok will be announced for PC soon, it seems – WGB

According to the typically quite reliable bilbil-kun, Sony intends on announcing God of War: Ragnarok for PC, possibly within the month.

The timing would fit with other insider reports suggesting that Sony may be planning a PlayStation Showcase during May.

God of War: Ragnarok launched in November of 2022 to massive critical acclaim and huge commercial success. That same year Herman Hulst of PlayStation stated that, ““I think going forward we’ll see at least a year between releases on PlayStation and on the PC platform, possibly with the exception of live service games.”

Since then though, the company has also indicated that it intends on pursuing the PC market more “aggressively.”

Even so, we’ve typically seen a gap of two or more years between PlayStation games hitting the console and then coming to PC. For example, Horizon: Forbidden West came out the same year as Ragnarok and landed on PC just over two years later. Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart was a 2021 game and it was ported over to PC in 2023.

If Sony keeps the same logic, Ragnarok would likely arrive on PC toward the very end of this year or at the beginning of 2025.

However, there doesn’t seem to be a consistent thread of logic dictating when Sony releases its games. Ghost of Tsushima is coming to PC this month, for example, but was launched on PS4 in 2020. Probably the most notable big game that hasn’t gone over to PC is The Last of Us Part 2. It came out in 2020 and still hasn’t come to PC. It’s very likely Sony is holding it back to coincide with the launch of season 2 of the TV show which should be in 2025.

There’s also Gran Turismo 7 which also came out in 2022 along with Ragnarok and Forbidden West, so is there a chance we may see a PC announcement for it this year?

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