It’s been almost a year since we last got a PlayStation exclusive ported to PC, but from the looks of it the wait has been worth it. With the highest Steam user rating of any of the recent PlayStation PC ports, God of War also managed to beat Horizon Zero Dawn’s peak concurrent players at launch.
That’s pretty impressive for a game that is nearly 4 years old as well. God of War currently sits with an “Overwhelmingly Positive” rating on Steam with 97% positive review from players. It also reached a peak of 73,529 concurrent players yesterday. That’s well above Sony’s previous 2 titles, Days Gone and Horizon: Zero Dawn.
Our own community’s reaction was also very positive, praising performance as well as the game itself. It really shows how Sony’s exclusive titles can still perform well on PC, but it will likely be a while before new games are released on PlayStation and PC at the same time, as Sony still considers the PlayStation console to be the best platform for fans.
That said, the Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection is also set to arrive sometime this year, which would already put 2022 as the most amount of major PlayStation PC ports in the same year. Hopefully we’ll get even more releases by the end of the year though, but it’s clear that Sony has not given up on PC players just yet.
What do you think? Have you been playing God of War on PC? Is God of War the best PlayStation PC port so far? Do you think we’ll get more PlayStation PC ports this year after Uncharted? What do you think will come next? Let us know your thoughts!