God of War (2018) has today launched its 1.0.2 update on PC, so here’s the full list of changes and fixes with this patch! God of War was released just a few short days ago on PC, yet the team behind the game’s port is being incredibly diligent when it comes to fixing user-reported issues. While there isn’t much due to such a short timeframe, it’s immediately clear that you can expect issues you report to be fixed quite quickly. Once the team does bring in additional fixes, you can be sure to find our reporting on it here. Without further adieu, here’s everything new with God of War (2018) in its 1.0.2 update!
God of War (2018) Update 1.0.2 Patch Notes
- Fixed an issue where users with Intel 12th Gen CPUs could not boot the game without disabling their integrated graphics card
- Fixed a UI issue that was causing a small memory leak
- Added an error message for when saving the game fails due to a missing “Saved Games” folder or a related permissions issue
- Added an error message for when a GPU stops responding. This error is often due to a driver issue or instability from overclocking
As you can see, much of today’s update is exclusive to PC for a reason. Specifically, it seems like these issues are mostly edge cases, though that tends to be the case with these sorts of things. Those on the newest generation of Intel CPUs seem to benefit most from this, as trying to disable the integrated graphics on the CPU isn’t an easy task. Having the error message for when the GPU stops responding is another great fix, as it helps to narrow down potential issues causing God of War (2018) to crash.