God of War on PC might still sound like a long shot, but a recent database leak on NVIDIA GeForce suggests otherwise. The leak shows Sony’s flagship title listed as a Steam game with pictures of the game too in the client.
A blogger on Medium, Ighor July was able to reverse-engineer the app’s cache, revealing a total of 18,000+ entries and most of which were not even close to releasing on PC. Ghost of Tsushima and The Uncharted Collection were also one of the names mentioned in the list.
Here’s Ighor July’s official statement:
Also I found games, which was never announced in GFN service, such as the Mafia: Definitive Edition. After that, I saw some games such as God of War which couldn’t be added to the GeForce NOW even theoretically. God of War This game is the PlayStation exclusive and most likely not coming to other platforms any time soon. But why it’s here then? It says the game is located in the Steam store, but it’s nowhere found in Steam. Maybe it’s the leak of the game release which is coming soon? It may be, but the information I found out next made me think otherwise.
Given Sony’s recent tendency to port PS4’s exclusives to PC, it’s not unlikely that Kratos may be making his way to Steam. The port will also serve to lift the hype for God of War: Ragnarok as Sony previously did for Horizon: Zero Dawn.
God of War leak: Take the news with a grain of salt
At the end of the day, a leak is still just a leak, and nothing can be said until Sony’s official statement on the matter. NVIDIA on the other hand has verified it to The Verge, that the list is real but it also includes a lot of ‘speculative titles’.
God of War is right now playable on the PS4 and PS5, while its sequel God of War: Ragnarok will be coming to both of these consoles in 2022. Sony is also working on a new Spiderman game, you can read about it here.