God of War exceeds 65,000 simultaneous players in Steam at its launch

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In the first 24 hours after its launch, the PC for God of War of Sony Santa Monica exceeded 50,000 simultaneous users in Steam.

Today, the maximum number has been at 65,000 players, with around 63,000 simultaneous users at the time we are writing the news, according to Steam’s official website.

God of War is the fourth game First-Party of Sony to launch on PC, after Horizon: Zero Dawn, Days Gone and Death Stranding last year. Next year, you will arrive uncharted: Legacy of Thieves.

As it pointed out Cory Barlow, the director of the game, in an interview, the initiative to take these titles to PC came from the studies, not of Sony itself.


The Port de God of War on PC, on the other hand, has left, in general, good sensations. As for the numbers, and for a reference, they are quite similar to those of Horizon: Zero Dawn at its PC launch, which also started with a peak of 50,000 simultaneous users on its first day.

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