Cory Barlog Has ‘No Concept’ if God of Warfare Ragnarok Will Come to PC
God of Warfare Ragnarok hasn’t even gotten a confirmed PlayStation 5, PS4 2022 launch date but and right here we’re already discussing the potential for a PC port. That is not a mirrored image of Sony altering its strategy to porting its blockbuster titles to the non-public laptop, however Sony Santa Monica artistic director Cory Barlog has now been posed the query. In a brand new interview with Recreation Informer, Barlog was requested if the sequel can be ported to PC earlier than 4 years after its PS5, PS4 launch.
He replied: “I don’t know. Proper now, we’re taking it one recreation at a time, type of every one and figuring out, ‘Okay, is that this one of the best factor?’ And we’ll gauge the way it does. Do individuals take pleasure in it? Did we do it proper? Is there something we did flawed? What can we do higher sooner or later if we do that once more? However on the finish of the day, finally, it is Sony’s resolution.”
Whereas Barlog was the artistic director for the 2018 reboot, it is Eric Williams who now finds themselves within the place of artistic director. It nonetheless looks like Cory holds the collection near his coronary heart, although, opting to seem in interviews primarily based round God of Warfare Ragnarok.
Barlog was an enormous supporter of bringing God of Warfare to PC, however he says the notion was supported by a “collective of [PlayStation] studios”. Elsewhere within the interview, he shares how he beneficial the PC port to Sony higher-ups a number of occasions by means of suggestion containers. “We’re nonetheless figuring it out as an organization and as particular person studios how to do that and what the method and technique can be.”
Funnily sufficient, Cory can also be merely requested why he thinks individuals ought to take a look at God of Warfare on PC. He stated: “As a result of it’s an enormous smokescreen to promote you on the truth that Silent Hills is secretly inside the sport? Completely kidding.” By no means change, Cory. The PC port is already doing properly on Steam — on the time of writing, it is the best-selling recreation over there.