God of War director Corey Barlog said he did not know if God of War Ragnarok would be available for PC in the next four years.
Although the exact release date of God of War Ragnarok for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 has not been announced yet, some users are discussing the PC version of the game. Definitely the reason for this is the release of God of War game for PC users, which was made available yesterday. In this regard and during an interview with Game Informer, from Cory Barlog It was asked whether we will see the port of this game on the computer sooner than four years after the release of Regnarog or not?
“I have no knowledge of this,” Corey Barlog said. At the moment we are only working on one game at a time and we are making decisions step by step. For example, we ask ourselves if this is the best thing to do [که میتوانیم برای آن بخش از بازی انجام بدهیم]? And then we come to things like, do people enjoy it? Did we do it right? Is there anything we did wrong? If we want to do it again in the future, what can we do to make it better? مینگریم. “In the end, however, the final decision is with Sony.”
Barlog was one of the biggest sponsors of the release of God of War for PC. However, he noted that the idea of releasing the game on the computer was supported by a number of PlayStation studios. He has repeatedly suggested to Sony the port of this game. “As a separate company and studio, we are still exploring this issue (gaming port for PC) and the strategy around it,” he added.
Finally, he was asked why do you think users should experience the PC version port? “There’s a big foggy page in the game and it makes you wonder if Silent Hills is secretly in the game,” he joked.