God of War PC features trailer and system requirements

God of War PC features trailer and system requirements
NEWS Dec 28, 2021, 7:02 PM

Every parent knows that their children will grow wings and leave the nest one day. But anyone who once speculated that God of War would leave Sony's warm embrace was clearly delusional. However, the game's PC release has now been more than confirmed, as you may know.

Recently, Sony released a trailer showing the features that the lovable and endearing Kratos and troupe bring to the PC. I am not familiar with hardware properties or knowledgeable about graphics evolution technologies. However, I know that many are excited about the game's support for DLSS - stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling - which boosts visual fidelity without hampering the game's performance.

 

 

In addition to DLSS, God of War will run in native 4K, with an unlocked framerate, high-definition shadows, better screen-space reflections, and support for the Reflex technology. It will also be possible to play with your Dualshock 4 and Dualsense (and other controllers) with buttons fully customizable.

For those unaware or who have been living on Mercury for the past years, God of War (4? Should I call it God of War 4?) tells the tale of Kratos when he gets tired of breaking Greek deities noses and sets out to crack some Nordic skulls while trying to be the role-model father of the year.

To ensure your PC can run the game with the highest degree of visual excellence it boasts, checks out below a list that shows all the requirements needed to run the game, either at the minimum settings or at ultra mode with 4K resolution and 60 FPS. You certainly need a gaming beast CPU like Jörmungandr if you want to enjoy everything God of War on PC has to offer.

 

 

God of War is available for PlayStation 4 and due out for PC via Steam and Epic Games Store on January 14, 2022. Don't miss out on our deals because this game is a masterpiece, and every gamer deserves the opportunity to enjoy it.

  • Murillo

    Murillo is a passionate lover of role-playing games, fantasy books, and superpowers' anime. He has just begun a career in game writing, hoping to co-write Final Fantasy XVII one day.

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