On the day of launch of the title Sony brought the beauty of 50,000 players active simultaneously on the PC version of God of War on Steam: a great result for the second debut of the Norse epoch of the Ghost of Sparta.
After presenting themselves to the PS4 exclusive audience in 2018, and then reaching the next-gen shores of PS5, Kratos and Atreus are the protagonists of a great launch on PC. Over three years after the original Day One, God of War’s new course has found a new host of fans, ready to explore its Norse imagination on PC. A few days after the debut on hardware, the record of users active simultaneously in the game has already risen to 65,000 players, overcoming the peaks reached on PC by Horizon: Zero Dawn.
Unfortunately, God of War’s excellent porting PC was not able to stem piracy. According to estimates reported in these hours by the Twisted Voxel editorial staff, the title of Santa Monica Studios would have been largely affected. In particular, at least 20,000 people would be responsible for piracy against the PC version of God of War, without DRM since Day One. A circumstance to be condemned without conditions, and that – for Sony game as for any other title – does nothing but damage and weaken the video game industry.