God of War: Ragnarok, the announcement of the PC version is imminent, according to a well-known insider

According to billbil-kun’s sources, Sony will soon officially announce the PC version of God of War Ragnarok.

God of War: Ragnarok will be the next major PlayStation Studios production to land on PC , with the announcement likely to take place as early as the end of May . This at least according to the rumors launched on the dealabs portal by billbil-kun, a leaker considered extremely reliable given that his tips turn out to be true the vast majority of the time.

To be precise, the “deep throat” states: “For our part, we have managed to determine one of the next PlayStation titles that will soon land on PC. So, according to our information, God of War Ragnarök will be one of these titles soon available on PC We estimate that this PC port will be announced in May . The release date of the game is still unknown to us.”

Official announcement from Sony soon?

Will Kratos' latest adventure soon land on PC?
Will Kratos’ latest adventure soon land on PC?

billbil-kun also adds that, although it is likely that there will be a new PlayStation Showcase soon , the announcement of the PC version of God of War Ragnarok should take place separately, which is in line with what has also been seen with other conversions of PlayStation Studios titles, such as Ghost of Tsushima and Horizon Forbidden West.

Clearly this is unofficial information, to be taken with a pinch of salt. It must be said, however, that they are in line with those also launched by Silknigth , an insider who had predicted with great precision the arrival of the PC version of Ghost of Tsushima, who in recent months had indicated a possible launch in the first quarter of 2025 . Furthermore, considering that God of War (2018) is available on PC (from January 2022) it is reasonable to expect that sooner or later its sequel will also arrive.

In short, we just have to wait for any announcements from Sony. Clearly we will remain vigilant, ready to report any possible news on our pages.