“God of War” appears to be on its way to a new platform, as the Nvidia GeForce Now the Twitter account has hinted that the game will be available on the streaming platform in the near future. This isn’t surprising, given that “God of War” was mentioned in the famed Nvidia GeForce Now leak, which seems to be getting more accurate every day.
Nvidia’s streaming service, GeForce Now, allows games to be broadcast to devices that would otherwise be unable to run them. There are a few elements that set GeForce Now apart from the competition and make it a viable rival to Amazon Luna and Google Stadia. A subscriber can link their service to their Steam account, allowing them to stream suitable titles they own on that platform. GeForce Now also has a free tier, but it only lets you play for an hour.
The PC version of “God of War” is already available on Steam and the Epic Games Store. A PlayStation Now subscription can also be used to stream the game on a PC. The official Nvidia GeForce Now the Twitter page has tweeted out a thinly-obscured screenshot from the game, with the GeForce Now branding visible in the corner, indicating that God of War will likely be coming to a new streaming service shortly. “God of War” appears to be heading to GeForce Now, but no official confirmation or release date has been announced as of this writing.
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— 🌩️ NVIDIA GeForce NOW (@NVIDIAGFN) April 20, 2022
“God of War” was one of the Sony games named in the Nvidia GeForce Now leak, and it’s already available on PC, so this change isn’t a surprise. What’s more fascinating is that the leak mentions other Sony games that may suddenly be available on GeForce Now. Demon’s Souls, Deracine, Ghost of Tsushima, Gran Turismo 7, Helldivers 2 (which has yet to be announced), Horizon Forbidden West, Ratchet & Clank, Returnal, and Sackboy: A Big Adventure are among the games on the list. Sony has stated that it will continue to support the PC platform in the future, and having these titles available via a streaming service ensures that even low-end PCs can play them.
Fans of “God of War” were disappointed today, as the game was released on this day in 2018. However, the developers’ only announcement was that there was no “God of War: Ragnarok“ news to give, leading to suspicion that the game will be postponed until 2023. A GeForce Now announcement for “God of War” would at least offer fans something to cheer about, as it would bring the game to a wider audience.