PlayStation exclusives are becoming less exclusive. Sony already successfully released ‘ Horizon Zero Dawn ‘ and ‘ Days Gone ‘ a few months ago, and recently confirmed that ‘ Uncharted 4 ‘ would also be coming to Windows PCs. Now new indications suggest that the next to arrive on PC will be the legendary ‘God of War’.
This is shown by a filtered list of games that will theoretically reach NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW service, including this exclusive from Sony. NVIDIA has confirmed to The Verge that the list is real, but they affirm that it is used only internally and that it contains “speculative titles”.
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The list – available on GitHub thanks to the creator of SteamDB, Pavel Djundik – was discovered by a developer named Ighor July who was precisely investigating NVIDIA’s video game streaming service, called GeForce NOW.
In that filtered list there were also a good number of applications such as 3D Max, Maya, Adobe Photoshop, and even Microsoft Office, but what surprised him was games that never have been announced for PC, such as ‘Mafia: Definitive Edition’ and ‘God of War’.
The hypothetical appearance of ‘God of War’ for PC makes sense: Sony, as we said, has achieved remarkable success with the versions for Windows-based computers of ‘Horizon Zero Dawn’ and ‘Zero Days’, and it does not seem unreasonable to think that want to take advantage of that winning streak with another of their most reputable exclusives.
It is also true that there are many titles on that list that it seems highly unlikely that they will end up being available on the GeForce Now service. For example, exclusive titles from Facebook’s Oculus Rift or a hypothetical ‘Titanfall 3’ that seems to refer to ‘Apex Legends’.
‘God of War is a title that could certainly end up appearing in its PC version, and in fact, in the leaked list it is even revealed that it could end up also appearing available for sale on Steam