Santa Monica does not rule out mod support for God of War on PC, and discusses the implications for the game

Cory Barlog and Matt DeWald explore different features of God of War for PC, including how to play with an Xbox controller, a potential port of Ragnarok, and mods.

Santa Monica does not rule out mod support for God of War on PC, and discusses the implications for the game

God of War is out today on PC for the first time, with a great port that you can read about in Hobby Consoles. The Kratos and Atreus adventure is available on Steam and the Epic Games Store.


Many of you are undoubtedly already enjoying this masterpiece in your groups, which will also benefit the next sequel, God of War Ragnarok, for PS5 and PS4.


Santa Monica does not rule out mod support for God of War on PC, and discusses the implications for the game.


The first is that both emphasize the purpose for God of War's existence on PC: to allow people who haven't played it to do so... and to give a terrible technical experience.


What led Sony to give this launch the go-ahead? It had been on the table for a long time, according to Barlog and DeWald, and the corporation had finally stepped up. "As a firm and as individual studies, we're still working out how to achieve this and what the approach and strategy will be."


They also mention that they didn't want to recycle what they saw on PS4 and that's all. The new accessibility features, such as Kratos' automated sprint, or the configuration options, are two examples.


On the subject of mods, Barlog and DeWald express their enthusiasm for what the community may accomplish. They claim to have seen Yoda or Grogu from The Mandalorian modifications and want to see what PC gamers are capable of, laughing.


The bad news is that they claim the God of War engine and tools are quite particular, making formal support for these mods difficult. They realize that it will not be simple, but they are determined to make it so.


"It's not in the plans right now, but anything may happen." Our tools are highly customized and intrinsically difficult. So I don't think that will happen in the future, but who knows."

Another intriguing topic is if the Xbox controller will be used in this version of God of War. Both creators laughed about it, but it can be played with the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller and other controllers on the market, according to them.


Concerning the potential of watching God of War Ragnarok on a PC, Barlog and DeWald insist that it is a Sony-only decision. They're currently concentrating on the PS5 and PS4 versions, using what I learnt from this transfer as a guide.


"I'm not sure." We're taking it one game at a time right now, observing everything we do. But, at the end of the day, Sony makes the final decision.


God of War is now available on Steam and the Epic Store for PC. You may also play it on PS4 and PS5, the same systems where God of War Ragnarok, the sequel, will be released in 2022.


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