Proving to be a great debut for God of War, Sony’s Santa Monica game has been receiving great reviews for what has been an excellent conversion of the 2018 masterpiece. Adapting its controls to keyboard and mouse, Reflex technology, use of NVIDIA DLSS 2.0 and support for ultra-panoramic screens are some of the virtues that PC players have found in the PlayStation port.
All this has not gone unnoticed by Steam users who have already elevated the award-winning work above the rest of PlayStation releases on the Valve platform. According to data shared by Steamdb, the game has already managed to exceed a peak of 65,000 simultaneous players.
A figure that places it above Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition, which managed to reach 56,557 simultaneous players, and more than double that of Days Gone, with 27,450 users playing at the same time. It should be noted that this tool only gives us an overview of the performance on Steam, while the games have also reached the Epic Games Store.
Horizon Zero Dawn reached 56,557 simultaneous players
However, it helps us to check the good health that the PlayStation releases are having on the platform, waiting to see if Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection will manage to raise the numbers even more. In addition to the large number of players, God of War has been met with extremely positive reviews overall. Cory Barlog, director of the game, confessed that the arrival of this and other PlayStation titles on PC would have been possible thanks to the efforts of developers from different studios.