The short answer is yes, yes they should.
Jetpack Interactive is currently working on the PC port for God of War (2018). This listing could indicate a port for the sequel as well.
Hrist and Gna will be appearing while Odin's Einherjar also seemingly join the conflict against Kratos when Ragnarok arrives next year.
Horizon Forbidden West will also receive more trailers and a release date this Summer according to an insider on Reddit.
"Exciting" updates also coming for indie and third-party titles. However, the next God of War and Horizon Forbidden West won't be featured.
The issue isn't cross-gen games, the issue is Sony's shady marketing, and customers' inability to be even a little patient.
The title has been pushed back to ensure that Sony Santa Monica can "deliver the amazing God of War game that we all want to play."
Unfortunately, no matter how much people may wish otherwise, it doesn't seem like it does right now.
The God of War developer is looking for someone to write for something new.
The SIE CEO and president currently has little to say on the matter.
God of War 3 Remastered saves will also transfer, if you're into that sort of thing.
Kratos kindly asks that you prepare yourself.
Next-gen won't require developers to "go back to square one," as per Cory Barlog.
Another fun homage from the Sony family of studios.
Some neat tips of the hat to the much anticipated release.
It’s interesting to see how developers leverage PlayStation 5 technology to push these titles into the ninth-gen.
The PlayStation veteran will take charge of the studio following Shannon Studstill's departure.
God of War executive producer Shannon Studstill will lead Google's second first party studio.
The skin packs are back for "one more time."
Cory Barlog is keen on tackling events before the new title.