What you need to know
- God of War is an incredibly popular action game on PS4.
- Director Cory Barlog said he "would love" to see it on PC.
- You can play it on PC at the moment through PlayStation Now game streaming.
- You can buy God of War for $20 on Amazon.
God of War is an incredibly popular PlayStation 4 (PS4) game, but you can play it until 2020 on PC through PlayStation Now. However, the streaming service doesn't give you a crisp presentation and there is considerable input lag. Many PC gamers want to experience the title, but with even better performance and visuals.
Recently, Sony Santa Monica's Cory Barlog was asked if God of War would ever come to PC natively. Barlog said the following.
A few months ago, Sony said that it was looking into bringing more of its multiplayer games to PC. While God of War is probably not going to make the jump, you never know what the future holds. For a long time, we thought that Sony would never give into cross-play and now it's a different story.
Would you want God of War on PC or are you content with playing it on PS4 or PlayStation Now? Let us know. I know that the game would be a sight to behold in 4K resolution and 60 frames per second or higher.
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