Cory Barlog Says Studios Suggested Sony Release Titles On PC

God of War has final­ly released on PC, and accord­ing to game direc­tor Cory Bar­log, the rea­son behind PlaySta­tion titles being port­ed is all thanks to var­i­ous stu­dios push­ing Sony to do so.

In an inter­view with Game Informer, Bar­log spoke on the PC port of God of War and how PlaySta­tion games on PC came about. “Even­tu­al­ly, I think it reached that tip­ping point,” said Bar­log. “When we had sent so many sug­ges­tion box sug­ges­tions that they were like, “I’m tired of hear­ing all this. Fine, we’ll do this.” It’s a process. We’re still fig­ur­ing it out as a com­pa­ny and as indi­vid­ual stu­dios how to do this and what the process and strat­e­gy will be.”

In recent years, Sony has been port­ing its more pop­u­lar games to PC, with the next upcom­ing game being Unchart­ed: Lega­cy of Thieves Collection–which is expect­ed to to release some­time in 2022.

Bar­log did note that he’s unsure how soon we might seen God of War: Rag­narok on PC aft it releas­es on con­sole. “Right now, we’re tak­ing it one game at a time, kind of look­ing at each one and deter­min­ing, “Okay, is this the best thing?” And we’ll gauge how it does… Ulti­mate­ly, it’s Sony’s decision.”

I am a Platinum lover and an ex- Cod-aholic. I've been playing games since I was 5 years old and I refuse to quit, despite my mother's attempts to get me to. God of War and its successors are my all time favorite games.

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