God of War Ragnarök and Until Dawn coming to PC

God of War Ragnarök and Until Dawn coming to PC

Two more PlayStation first-party titles are making the leap to PC. 

As announced at the company's State of Play broadcast, 2022's God of War Ragnarök and 2015's Until Dawn are breaking Sony's containment. The former is launching on September 19th, while the latter is coming out sometime in autumn of this year. 

As with the original God of War's transition from PlayStation to PC, porting work for Ragnarök has been conducted by Jetpack Interactive. The game comes with an uncapped framerate, 4K resolution and integration with upscaling tech for Nvidia, AMD and Intel's graphics cards. 

Meanwhile, development on the remake of Until Dawn has been done by UK studio Ballistic Moon. Interestingly, that outfit was founded back in 2019 by veterans of Supermassive Games, Until Dawn's original creator. 

These announcements come as SIE's new CEOs said that the plan for PC was to continue to launch single-player narrative games after the initial PlayStation release, while the service-based projects will be launching day and date. 

You can check out trailers for both God of War Ragnarök and Until Dawn below: 

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