Sony recently announced that “God of War” is coming to PC and has made significant progress. Sony was a company that released the game it developed recently only on the PS platform and never released the game for another platform. Sony, which received a lot of criticism for this move, has now decided to publish its games on other platforms. Last year, he brought Horizon Zero Down to the PC, surprising gamers and said that he would release God of War: Ragnorok for PC as well.

Finally, it was announced that “God of War” will meet with PC players on January 14, 2022, and it seems that Sony will continue to bring its games to computer users. According to a leak on the SteamDB front-end, important information was found in one of GeForce’s new era driver codes. The code name of Sony’s famous platform game Sackboy: A Big Adventure, which appeared in the driver code released by GeForce in October, is ‘Marmalade’.

According to Sony’s statement, the PC version of “God of War” will be developed by a company called Jetpack Interactive. Warren Lee, an employee of the company, made a major update to his Linke profile and added “God of War: Ragnarok” to the project he was involved in.

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