God of War heads to PC. Your file appears published on Steam with launch next January 14, 2022 at a price of 49.99 euros. The company confirms in this way what was an open secret, and that is that Kratos’ latest adventure will leave behind its complete exclusivity on PlayStation consoles.
God of War is coming to PC: DLSS, Reflex and more
In the official description we can know some details of the functions that it will bring with it from day one. It will be compatible with the technologies NVIDIA DLSS y Reflex. This will take advantage of the manufacturer’s “deep learning supersampling AI power” to “improve frame rates and produce sharp images” across the RTX graphics range. Reflex, on the other hand, allows you to reduce latency to be able to execute actions with less delay.
From PlayStation Studios they talk about “Improved graphics on PC”. “Tweak settings with a variety of graphical options and settings, such as higher resolution shading, improved screen gap reflections, the addition of GTAO and SSDO, and much more,” they explain.
“Thanks to the compatibility with the Dualshock 4 and DualSense wireless controllers, a wide variety of different controllers and the full ability to customize the assignments for keyboard and mouse, you can modify each action according to your style of play,” reveals the editor. You can also wait support for ultra-panoramic monitors, that is, those with aspect ratio 21: 9.
God of War follows the trend of PlayStation to export some of its licenses to the PC world. In 2020 we saw the debut of Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition, which was improving its optimization as the months passed. Almost a year later, on May 18, 2021, he did the same Days Gone on the Valve client. Sony is clear that they have a market beyond their consoles.
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