God of War Ragnarök PC Release Date Announcement Is Imminent, it’s Claimed

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Sony is reportedly readying an official announcement for the PC release of God of War Ragnarök which could be revealed before the end of the month. God of War Ragnarök launched on PlayStation in November 2022 and saw Santa Monica Studio’s sequel become the console’s fastest-selling title in history with over 5 million copies sold in its first week of release. By the time of its first anniversary, it managed to top over 15 million copies sold. VGC called it one of the best PlayStation games ever in its review and IGN gave it a 10 out of 10 in its review.

Per VGC:

“With captivating performances that carry an amazing story to a jaw-dropping final act, it’s a game that achieves everything it sets out to do to the absolute highest standard.”

Per IGN:

“God of War Ragnarok is an almighty achievement and creates a new high that makes many of its peers look mortal by comparison.”

There are many other reviews hailing the game as a masterpiece as well so it’s understandable why PC owners are anxiously awaiting official news for its debut on PC. Known leaker Billbil-kun of Dealabs Magazine is claiming that Sony plans to make a formal announcement very soon.

Additional speculation of when the announcement could happen comes via another rumor from Giant Bomb’s Jeff Grubb who said last month that Sony was planning one, or possibly, two events this month. It seems plausible that Sony could be planning something since it held a PlayStation Showcase event last May where it unveiled no less than 30 games, including Marvel’s Spider-Man 2.

“I have heard that there will be a PlayStation something, either a State of Play or a Showcase, next month, in May, so this is probably going to be there,” said Grubb in regard to a potential Silent Hill 2 Remake appearance.

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