Sony confirmed that the God of War PC Port is being developed by a third-party team, shortly after the game’s announcement. This time, Santa Monica Studio isn’t the official developer for this version; instead, Sony has entrusted JetPack Interactive with its development.
This game is being developed by Jetpack Interactive under the supervision of Santa Monica Studio. Jetpack Interactive’s previous projects included NBA, Dark Souls, and Plant versus Zombies. This is the first time the two studios have worked together to develop God of War PC Port.
God of War PC: What more to expect
Sony’s choice has enthralled the whole PC gaming community, and gamers are eagerly eager to get their hands on this title. The developers are likewise quite enthusiastic about this release and are optimistic that the port will be a success.
The idea, according to Grace Orland, is to provide a high-performance gaming environment. For improved aesthetics, the PC version will contain high-quality shadows and increased ambient occlusion. On the RTX series GPU, the game will also support DLSS; however, the ray-tracing capability has yet to be verified. Whatever the case may be, fans can anticipate stunning visuals from this game.
The company has teamed up with Nvidia to bring Reflex low latency technology to the game, which will improve combat reactions in-game. The game also supports 21:9 wide-screen images, in addition to the other graphical enhancements.
A variety of controllers, including DualSense wireless and DualShock 4 controllers, will be supported in the PC edition. Key bindings for keyboard users will be completely adjustable, allowing enthusiasts to choose a layout that suits their needs. Following the popularity of Death Stranding, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Days Gone, God of War will be a fantastic addition to the PC library.
Availability and Pricing
The game is available for pre-order on the Epic Games Store and Steam for $49.99. The game’s PC edition will include a 4K resolution and unlocked FPS. The game’s exact system requirements have yet to be revealed by Santa Monica Studio and Jetpack Interactive, but players can anticipate some stunning graphics.
PlayStation released the God Of War PC announcement teaser on YouTube on October 20, 2021.