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God of War PC Port Rumors Fueled by Missing 'Only on PlayStation' Tag

Editor’s Note: We’re conscious that the “PlayStation Exclusive” and “Only on PlayStation” tag nonetheless exists elsewhere, similar to different areas’ pages for God of War. There’s additionally some debate as to when precisely Sony eliminated the “Only on PlayStation” label from the North American web site. Its absence doesn’t verify something a couple of PC port, however is notable sufficient to spark dialog, particularly given different high-profile PlayStation exclusives extending their attain past the platform. 

As of writing, the official God of War listing on PlayStation’s website lacks one key notice–an “Only on PlayStation” label. This similar label seems on listings for exclusives similar to MLB The Show 20, Dreams, and Patapon 2 Remastered. Unsurprisingly, the tag’s absence for God of War is elevating suspicions a couple of potential PC port.

DualShockers initially noticed the change, noting that related alterations prior to now, most notably these regarding Guerrilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn, have heralded information of a PC announcement. Interestingly, this doesn’t seem like a easy mistake. At least not at first look. A Wayback Machine snapshot of the web site from March 2017 exhibits that God of War’s itemizing did beforehand characteristic the “Only on PlayStation” tag. See a screenshot of the Wayback Machine posting under:

God of War PC Port Rumors Fueled by Missing 'Only on PlayStation' Tag

Following the announcement of Horizon Zero Dawn’s forthcoming PC release, Head of Worldwide Studios Hermen Hulst promised Sony stays “100% committed to dedicated hardware.” Horizon’s new platform, then, will function considerably of an exception to the rule. As such, this transfer on no account means all of Sony’s first-party titles will seem elsewhere.

However, this new shift in God of War’s PlayStation itemizing actually suggests Aloy’s journey is just not the one one making its option to one other platform. If God of War will ultimately observe go well with, the look ahead to official affirmation from Sony shouldn’t be a protracted one. It’s value remembering, although, that no matter web site tags and the like, that is all little greater than mere hypothesis.

God of War initially hit the PlayStation four in April 2018, launching to common acclaim. Our review, which awarded it a 10 out of 10, particularly extolled the story, up to date gameplay mechanics, and recent setting.  Krato’s newest outing has since received developer SIE Santa Monica Studio myriad awards, together with a good few Game of the Year awards.

[Source: PlayStation.com through DualShockers]

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