On June 9, 2010, Chains of Olympus was ported to the Xbox 360 by Bluepoint Games, and released on May 4, 2010. The port offered online leaderboards, achievements, multi-player battles, a new experience in combat, improved graphics and visual effects, and additional modes and gameplay options. Bluepoint Games also stated that there were plans to bring the game to other platforms; however, between 2010 and 2013, there were no targeted releases for other platforms besides the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions.
In 2013, Bluepoint and Sony announced a new conversion of Chains of Olympus for the PlayStation Vita and PC by Ready at Dawn , with the latter becoming available to download on July 3, 2013. The Vita port featured all new hand drawn animations, an improved combat system, new game modes, and a touch-screen-based combat system. The PC port included DirectX 10 support, a new user interface, a cooperative mode, and a story mode. The PC version was released on May 4, 2013. A demo version for the game was released in February 2013. Development of the game was supported through a Kickstarter campaign that raised more than US$2.2 million in donations. Unlike the previous conversions, the Kickstarter campaign allowed players to have a say in what features would be included in the future.
In 2014, the PlayStation Vita, the PlayStation 3, and the Nintendo 3DS versions of Chains of Olympus were released for the Android and iOS mobile platforms. The iOS version was released as an update on February 25, 2014, while the Android version was released on March 10, 2014. Like the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions, these versions were developed by Ready at Dawn and adapted from the Chains of Olympus PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita versions. These ports allowed players to play the game on their mobile devices and use motion controls to enhance the gameplay.
The publisher also released God of War: Ascension (70 minutes, 2010) on the PlayStation Store in North America as part of the God of War: Ascension package, alongside the downloadable content The Lost Soul of Kratos (31 minutes, 2010) and additional costumes and weaponry available only through the package. It was released worldwide in March 2010. d2c66b5586