God of War is Coming to PC

Last night, it was announced that 2018’s Game of the Year, God of War, is coming to PC on January 14, 2022.


PlayStation announced the news via their blog, “PlayStation Blog”.

The game follows the story of Kratos after the events of God of War 3. He is having settled down and as having had a new family with his new wife Faye and their son, Atreus. The story picks up after Faye has passed away, leaving behind Kratos and Atreus to fulfil her wish of having her ashes scattered from the highest peak. The journey across the many realms of Norse mythology to complete this task makes up the story of the game.

According to Grace Orlady, Sr. Community Manager at Santa Monica Studio, 19.5M copies of the game were sold on PlayStation 4.

The primary goal of the team when making the PC port was to highlight the exceptional content they created and use the powerful hardware of the PC platform to create a uniquely breathtaking and high-performance version of the game.

The game features a no-cut-camera mechanic which you can check its full potential in true 4k resolution on supported device and unlocked framerate.

The game will also come with the full integration with NVIDIA Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) available on RTX. In addition, there is also an option of NVIDIA Reflex low latency technology available to you as that delivers a more responsive experience which will allow you to react quickly and do more combos.

There is also an option of playing the game in 21:9 ultra-widescreen.

The game also includes a strong controller support and keyboard mapping customization.

You are able to use DualShock 4 and DualSense wireless controllers along with a wide range of other gamepads. You are able to fully customize the key bindings for keyboard and mouse

God of War PC will contain the following Digital Content:

  • Death’s Vow Armor Sets for Kratos and Atreus
  • Exile’s Guardian Shield Skin
  • Buckler of the Forge Shield Skin
  • Shining Elven Soul Shield Skin
  • Dökkenshieldr Shield Ski

This is not the first PlayStation exclusive that has been ported to PC.

Over the last year, exclusives such as Days Gone, Death Stranding and Horizon Zero Dawn have been ported to PC.

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