God Of War Rumoured For PC Release
God Of War made a monstrous splash upon release. The bold spin on the classic PlayStation hack-and-slasher series turned a brutish and savage action hero into a cold and strict father - making for a fascinating story that took fans of the franchise by surprise.
And now, as its sequel God of War: Ragnarok looms, a new leak has suggested that the award-winning title might not be a PlayStation exclusive for much longer.
God Of War For PC Suggested By Huge Leak
A huge leak that has surfaced from Nvidia GeForce Now suggests the arrival of a massive slew of games - and while some of them are incredibly exciting, the one that has caused the most conversation is the suggestion of a version of God of War coming to PC. Specifically, though, it is suggested that the game will be coming to Steam.
Whether or not this leak is to be trusted or if the game’s appearance here suggests that God of War: Ragnarok could also be making its way to Steam is yet to be seen - but it’s an incredibly exciting suggestion. Finally, one of the most critically acclaimed games of the last few years will be available somewhere other than its home console.
But, that’s not all the leak had to offer.
What Else Was In The Nvidia Leak?
The leak suggests a lot of games could be on the way to PC, as well as some other consoles. There are some big names buried in here. The likes of a Bioshock 2022 exist, as well as mention of a Half-Life 2 remaster and the long-awaited GTA Remastered Trilogy.
Nvidia has come out to announce that this leak features a lot of stand-in titles and thus game appearances don’t count as any type of confirmation. Still, there’s every chance that these names are real, and could be with us very soon.
We’ve got our fingers crossed, not only for God of War on PC, but for everything else listed in the leak. Then again, remember that the mythical Ghost of Tsushima PC port still hasn't come to pass. With the Nvidia leak, there are a lot of big names here, and they could make the next few years in gaming very interesting indeed.