God of War GeForce Now news excited gamers. The latest game from Santa Monica Studio, God of War was available for PCs for a while, and it’s coming to Nvidia’s Geforce Now game streaming service. Last year’s leak from Nvidia’s entry into the game streaming market Geforce Now made fans go crazy. For months, fans have wondered if the earlier Nvidia GeForce Now leak was true. Although the leak above did include the God of War PC port, the game’s presence on Geforce Now would mean that lesser PCs can also journey through Kratos’ tale.
Is God of War GeForce Now news are true?
Today, Nvidia kind of “confirmed” this. The official Nvidia GeForce Now account tweeted, “can you guess the character?” The character’s silhouette is identical to Kratos, which isn’t difficult to figure out. The blurred backdrop also looks to be from the environment of the game.
Technically, PC gamers can already play God of War. The game is on Steam and Epic Games Store. Not to mention, PS Now subscribers can stream God of War on PC.
Unlike older attempts like Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War’s PC port was close to perfect.
What makes God of War’s debut on Nvidia GeForce Now so thrilling is that it will bring its buddies with it. Sony Playstation’s chairman Jim Ryan’s walking the walk. Even more major-name PlayStation exclusives are on the way to the PC, it seems. The only thing left to wonder about is when we’ll hear more about the PC versions of Demon’s Souls, Gran Turismo 7, Ghost of Tsushima, and Ratchet & Clank, Horizon Forbidden West, and Returnal.
The bad news: Sony still hasn’t addressed the issue that the revamped PS Plus will make PS Now more expensive for PC gamers. If all of the games mentioned above became available on GeForce Now, consumers would have little reason to maintain two separate subscriptions if they could stream the same games on PC.