More PlayStation games on PC require a PSN account and players are upset

More PlayStation games on PC will require a PSN account, even single-player ones, and many gamers were upset with this decision.

During Sony’s May 2024 State of Play presentation, PlayStation announced that God of War Ragnarok and the Until Dawn remake would be coming to Steam. However, according to their respective store pages on Steam and Epic Games Store, both games require a PSN account to play them.

Playing now: God Of War: Ragnarok Features Trailer for PC | PlayStation State of Play May 2024

Players expressed their concerns about the situation and wondered why a single-player game needs this requirement. One player even joked that they’ll sign up for PSN when Sony finally ports Bloodborne to PC.

The PSN debacle began earlier this month when Sony announced that players would have to create a PSN account to continue playing Helldivers 2. However, Sony reversed this particular decision after backlash from fans. Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut launched on PC earlier this month, but only the multiplayer aspect required a PSN account.

God of War Ragnarok for PC will be released on September 19. It supports ultrawide monitors and DLSS/FSR/XESS, as well as all post-launch updates such as New Game Plus and Valhalla DLC. The Until Dawn remake will launch on PS5 and PC in fall 2024.

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