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God of War – First PC tech details revealed, will support GTAO, SSDO & NVIDIA DLSS

The official Steam store page for God of War has revealed the first PC tech details for it. God of War on PC will feature numerous graphical effects that weren’t in the PS4 version. Not only that, but it will support NVIDIA’s DLSS and Reflex techs.

Going into more details, God of War PC will support true 4K resolutions with unlocked framerates for peak performance. Additionally, it will have a wide range of graphical presets and options including higher resolution shadows, improved screen-space reflections, the addition of GTAO and SSDO, and much more.

Moreover, NVIDIA owners will be able to use DLSS and Reflex. As its Steam store page states:

“Harness the AI power of NVIDIA Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) to boost frame rates and generate beautiful, sharp images on select Nvidia GPUs. Utilize NVIDIA Reflex low latency technology allowing you to react quicker and hit harder combos with the responsive gameplay you crave on GeForce GPUs.”

It’s also worth noting that the game will support DUALSHOCK 4 and DUALSENSE wireless controllers. It will also have full support for mouse and keyboard. Not only that, but God of War will support ultra-wide monitors.

Lastly, it appears that Sony Santa Monica is working on this PC port, and not Nixxes.

God of War is coming to PC on January 14th, 2022!

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