Already 1 Million Copies Sold by ‘God Of War” PC Port
The PC port of God Of War reboot has sold over a million copies, despite only being released on January 14th. Steam Spy reports that Kratos and his spawn consistently topped the Steam Download Charts over the two weeks since its release.
It also claimed that the Norse version of the Greek demigod’s story has sold between one million and two million games. People are not only buying the story of Spartan, an axe-wielding Spartan, but they also play it. The game’s peak concurrent users, originally released on PlayStation in 2018, hit around 40,000 every day.
The record for the most downloaded Sony title is also held by our man without a tan. Kratos is still the champion of Horizon Zero Dawn, despite boasting a tasty 56,000 concurrent users on its best day. God Of War had 74,000 online players just two days after its PC debut.
This is partly due to the modding community digging deep into the mechanics since the beginning. These mods seem to be the most popular, and they change KKratos’appearance most. You can have your Kratos exactly how you want him, from a cyclops to googly eyes to larger arms than his torso.
The “ratos No Eyebrows No Beard” mod is one of the most loved mods. It does exactly what it says on its tin, and it’s a popular mod. Although it ddoesn’thave the same pointed goatee as the PlayStation 2 era Kratos, the shading of his upper lips gives the appearance of a gnarly handlebar moustache.
Our Spartan has also been breaking records due to the additional PC playability. The Steam version not only includes all of the extra content, but it also offers proper 4K resolution and an unlocked framerate. It’s a great game with exceptional gameplay.