A teaser for God of War’s PC release in 2018 shows off a slew of new improvements, including NVIDIA Reflex support and better reflections.
Improved shadows, improved reflections, and NVIDIA DLSS support are all featured in a new Features teaser for God of War’s impending PC edition. The former Greek God of War, Kratos, embarks on a big mission with his young son Atreus in Sony Santa Monica’s renowned 2018 release. God of War for PC will be released on Steam in January 2022, as announced in October.
God of War, which debuted as a PlayStation 4 exclusive in 2018, is a new chapter in the epic action franchise. Players stepped into the blood-soaked shoes of a Spartan demigod named Kratos in the first God of War epic in 2005. Kratos hacked his way through the Greek pantheon of gods, destroying all of Greece in the process, possessed by fury and a need for vengeance. The 2018 entry of the series shifted the tale to Norse mythology and added a significant layer of complexity in the introduction of Kratos’ son Atreus. Kratos tries to teach Atreus about survival throughout the emotional trip, while Atreus assists Kratos in regaining his humanity. God of War will get Nvidia DLSS compatibility, as well as additional improvements, including a panoramic widescreen display setting, in the upcoming PC edition.
IGN released a God of War PC Features trailer to YouTube, showing how the Norse adventure looks better on a powerful computer. The upcoming rerelease includes notable enhancements such as a performance boost from Nvidia Deep Learning Super Sampling, which employs artificial intelligence to boost graphics performance. Meanwhile, NVIDIA Reflex support will reduce lag and improve the responsiveness of God of War’s violent battle. Improved reflections and higher-resolution shadows will also aid PC gamers in immersing themselves in Kratos and Atreus’ perilous adventure. Some of God of War’s most magnificent scenes are shown in the teaser, and PC upgrades appear to enhance these epic moments even more.
The PC version of God of War will include a slew of graphical enhancements, but many fans are more interested in tweaking the game themselves. Mods for God of War on PC are expected to start appearing on Steam soon after the game’s January 14 release date, and fans are already anticipating some strange additions. Allowing Kratos to wield a lightsaber, transforming him into Mortal Kombat’s Scorpion, and transforming the Leviathan Axe into Stormbreaker from Avengers: Infinity War are just a few of the bizarre PC hack ideas that gamers have come up with. While God of War is frequently sad and emotional, clever PC mods will undoubtedly enhance the game’s more funny moments.
While God of War has always been a visually stunning game, the impending PC release will further enhance the Norse journey. Players will be better immersed in the game’s universe thanks to improved shadows and reflections, especially in the game’s most striking locales like the Realm Change Room. Meanwhile, Nvidia Reflex support will have a noticeable impact on gameplay, allowing PC gamers to embody Kratos’ speed and strength completely.
God of War is now available on PlayStation 4 and will be released on PC on January 14, 2022.