God of War will land on PC in January, with 4K resolution, unlocked frame rate and ultra-wide support

Sony announced that the acclaimed “God of War” in 2018 will be available on PC on January 14, 2022.

Sony Santa Monica’s “God of War” is currently an exclusive game for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. It joins PlayStation’s growing lineup of PC games previously exclusive to consoles. PC support for PlayStation starts with Horizon zero dawn After 2020 Death stranded. Then, earlier this year, Days Gone released on PC It is reported that more PlayStation games will jump.

PlayStation released a PC announces trailer Reveal today’s news, if you have already played God of War, it will basically hit most of the main beats of the game. That being said, if you have not experienced it and are waiting to experience it on your PC, then January is your month. However, if this is you, we strongly recommend that you skip this PC announcement trailer because it shows a lot of content that you might not want to see.

You can now pre-order “God of War” on Steam for $49.99.That Steam page Many details about this PC port are also revealed.

“Enhanced eye-catching visual effects on the PC,” wrote on the Steam page. “Enjoy true 4K resolution on supported devices, [MU1] With unlocked frame rate for best performance. Set up through various graphic presets and options, including higher resolution shadows, improved screen space reflections, adding GTAO and SSDO, and more. ”

The Steam page also pointed out that God of War on PC will support Nvidia’s deep learning super sampling to “increase the frame rate and generate beautiful, clear images on selected Nvidia GPUs.” God of War will also support the PlayStation 4 Dualshock 4 controller and PlayStation 5 DualSense controller, as well as other controllers. In addition, it also supports 21:9 ultra-widescreen.

While waiting for “God of War” to land on PC on January 14, 2022, please check our thoughts on the original version Game informant God of War Review Then read it PS5 update It fell back in February. Then check out the first shot in the sequel “God of War: Ragnarok”.


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