Sony decided to release the 2018 Game of the Year, God of War, for PC after 4 years. Now the company has announced the system requirements of God of War PC which will be released in 2022. After four years PC gamers can finally experience the Nordic epic. God of War, winner of Game of the Year in 2018 The Game Awards, is coming to PC on January 14, 2022. After the release of many PlayStation exclusives like Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone, the PC version of God of War was inevitable.
It was first confirmed that God of War will feature Nvidia DLSS and AMD FSR which can boost the game’s FPS. Nvidia Reflex is another feature available in God of War that will help the flow of combos you do in fights. DLSS on the other requires at least an RTX graphic card, but Reflex will be available to anyone that uses the GeForce 900 series or later.
God of War will use other capabilities of PC such as enhanced Ground Truth Ambient Occlusion (GTAO), and Screen Space Directional Occlusion (SSDO) effects. The developers recommend a gaming SSD alongside a 64-bit Windows 10 with the support of DirectX 12.
Here is the full list of God of War system requirements:
Sony also released a new God of War PC trailer that shows how the game looks like with will the graphic features turned on.
God of War will support HDR 21:9 ultrawide gaming monitors as well as robust controller integration which included DualShock and DualSense gamepads.