Santa Monica Studio and Sony Interactive Entertainment officially launches God of War (2018) on PC next year.
|God of War (2018) Coming to PC|
Shortly after developer Bend Studio announces a PC version for Days Gone in early 2021, a list of possible Sony first-part games slated for PC release has surfaced online, which includes titles like Bloodborne, God of War and a few others.
After a massive leak on Nvidia GeForce Now database reveals a catalog of upcoming games last month, developer Santa Monica Studio finally announces 2018 action-adventure game God of War will be coming to PC on January 14, 2022.
Originally launched as a PlayStation 4-exclusive, God of War was loved by critics and fans alike for reinventing titular franchise with improved gameplay and new mythology, selling more than 19.5 million copies worldwide by August 2021.
God of War (2018) explores a newest chapter of Kratos' story as he journeys to highest peak of nine realms with his young son, Atreus to fulfill the final request of his deceased wife while they fight many gods and monsters of Norse world.
|More Responsive Experience|
Santa Monica dev team solely focused on taking advantage of a powerful hardware platform to offer a high-performance. God of War on PC will run at unlocked frame rates and in native 4K resolution to have a full cinematic experience.
Moreover, players can control from a number of graphical settings on PC version to adjust your setup. GoW will also have support for Nvidia DLSS and Reflex low latency technology to deliver better output on combos and quick response.
Santa Monica Studio also didn't forget to include support for DualShock 4, DualSense wireless controllers and various other gamepads. Players on keyboard and mouse can fully customize a control setup based on your own preferences.
God of War on PC version comes bundled with a host of digital content including Death's Vow armor sets, Buckler of the Forge, Dökkenshieldr, Exile's Guardian and Shining Elven Soul shield skins with support for 21: 9 ultra-widescreen.
A new trailer was released by publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment, showing PC features for God of War.
Last month, Sony also revealed a first-look at God of War: Ragnarök, a follow-up sequel to 2018 rebooted saga. Now that God of War loses its console exclusivity for PC, hopefully Bloodborne will do the same and is coming up next, right?