God of War is most definitely coming to Nvidia GeForce Now

The Nvidia GeForce Now Twitter account dropped a photo showing a silhouette of Kratos for some reason.

Earlier this year, Santa Monica Studio's God of War made its way to PCs. Before the port's launch and in the months since then, fans wondered if the earlier Nvidia GeForce Now leak was true. Although the said list did contain the God of War PC port, the game's inclusion on the streaming service's database suggests that the game would eventually let less potent PCs run Kratos' romp through Norse mythology.

God of War is coming to another streaming platform soon, boy.

Fast forward to today and Nvidia itself "confirmed" this.

A tweet from the official Nvidia GeForce Now account asked audiences to name the guy whose silhouette is featured on the accompanying image. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to tell that the build and likeness is that of no other than Kratos. The blurred background also shows the setting of the first God of War reboot, suggesting that the company's cloud streaming technology is set to welcome another PlayStation exclusive.

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.

What is perhaps the most exciting part about God of War's arrival on Nvidia GeForce Now is that it's bringing reinforcements. It definitely appears that Jim Ryan is putting his money where his mouth is as even more big-time PlayStation exclusives are coming to the PC. The only question now is, when will we hear more about the PC ports of Demon's Souls, Gran Turismo 7, and Ghost of Tsushima, as well as Ratchet & Clank, Horizon Forbidden West, and Returnal?

Speaking of, Sony still hasn't addressed the issue that the revamped PS Plus will make PS Now more expensive for PC gamers. If all the aforementioned games join the GeForce Now library, the same subscribers have little reason to maintain two different subscriptions to stream the same games on PC.

Unlike older attempts, God of War's PC port was close to perfect.
Ray Ampoloquio
Ray is a lifelong gamer with a nose for keeping up with the latest news in and out of the gaming industry. When he's not reading, writing, editing, and playing video games, he builds and repairs computers in his spare time. You can find Ray on Twitter.
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