The God of War PC port has been confirmed to be developed by Canadian studio Jetpack Interactive.
In a statement provided to Ars technica, Sony Interactive Entertainment stated that the Canadian studio is creating the God of War PC under the supervision of its original creator, Sony Santa Monica.
Jetpack is a porthouse and support studio working on Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare II, Dark Souls PC, and a variety of NBA Live games.
Curiously, one Jetpack Interactive programmer cites Ragnarok, the sequel to God of War, as a project he’s working on. This may be a mistake or related to work in progress on the PlayStation console version.
However, PlayStation boss Jim Ryan recently expressed his desire to reach more viewers in the game.
The PlayStation boss said in a keynote speech at GI Live: London that he aims to reach hundreds of millions of players and match the reach of movies and music.
“I hope the PlayStation 5 will be Sony’s biggest, best and most beloved PlayStation ever. I hope it happens,” Ryan said when asked about his hopes for the future. Said to.
“I also want to see a world where tens of millions of people can enjoy games made on the PlayStation. Probably hundreds of millions of people. The really great PlayStation hits that are currently successful on the current console model can play the game. We’re talking about 10 or 20 million people. “
Ryan’s comments are surprising given Sony’s publicly stated commitment to console monopoly.
Last year, the approach to PC weakened, and some notable games have already been released on PC and are planned further, but it is also strongly suggested that this will be limited to back catalog titles.
Sony Interactive Entertainment has confirmed its plans to release the God of War for PC on January 14, 2022.
“Fully enjoy the potential of cinematic uncut cameras that track Kratos and Atreus across an area with supported devices, using true 4k resolution, unlocked frame rate options. You can, “the manager of Santa Monica Studios, the developer of Grace Orlady in the senior community, told the PlayStation blog.
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