God of War: Ragnarok for PC requires a PSN account to play

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God of War: Ragnarok

Sony‘s May 2024 PlayStation State of Play event has ended, and the company has announced big news related to PC: God of War: Ragnarok will officially be available on the platform on September 19, 2024, which brings with it additional platform-specific features. Unfortunately, you’ll need a PSN account to play.

Ragnarok will arrive on PC with a host of platform-specific features, including unlocked frame rates, ultra-wide screen support (21:9 and 32:9), and compatibility with three formats. Major technology upgrades: Nvidia DLSS 3.7, AMD FSR 3.1, and Intel XeSS 1.3. Valhalla DLC is also included.

God of War Ragnarok marks another PlayStation-exclusive game appearing on PC, previously including games like Horizon Forbidden West, The Last of Us Part 1, Ghost of Tsushima, etc. uploaded to PC.

Before that, Helldivers2 proved to be a huge success, except for the controversy over the PSN login requirement which Sony eventually abandoned. Ragnarok will also require a PSN account. A footnote at the bottom of Sony’s announcement post reads: “Requires PlayStation Network account, subject to PlayStation Terms of Service and User Agreement.” Similar messages also appear on the Steam and Epic pre-order pages. It seems Sony isn’t worried about the inevitable outcry over this request.

Currently, you can play the game on PS4 & PS5

God of War: Ragnarok

God of War: Ragnarok

PlayStation 5


God of War: Ragnarok

God of War: Ragnarok

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