God of War is already obtainable on Steam however will quickly even be playable by cloud streaming by becoming a member of the ranks of Nvidia GeForce Now.
Taking to Twitter earlier right this moment, Nvidia teased a silhouette of a recreation character who’s clearly none apart from Kratos. The picture is moreover labeled with an Nvidia GeForce Now sticker to strongly recommend that God of War is lastly coming to the cloud streaming platform. Hence, count on an official announcement quickly.
are you able to guess the character? 👀 pic.twitter.com/8AF2t8Nyp5
— 🌩️ NVIDIA GeForce NOW (@NVIDIAGFN) April 20, 2022
It ought to be famous that Nvidia GeForce Now suffered a massive database breach last year to leak various PlayStation exclusives coming to PC. God of War was talked about within the leak as was Ghost of Tsushima, Returnal, Ratchet & Clank, Gran Turismo 7, Horizon Forbidden West, and the Demon’s Souls remake.
This was earlier than Sony Interactive Entertainment formally introduced God of War for Steam as a part of its newfound initiative to port its first-party video games to PC to broaden its ecosystem.
God of War was just lately confirmed to be a part of the launch lineup of the all-new PlayStation Plus that may give cloud streaming entry to tons of of video games going again to the unique PlayStation console.
PlayStation Plus is changing into a multi-tiered subscription platform by which Sony seems to be to do extra for its subscribers and push its cloud streaming service on the identical time. Making the identical PlayStation video games obtainable by a third-party cloud streaming platform may look counterproductive however is probably a part of the identical initiative to deliver the PC player-base into the PlayStation ecosystem.