God of War is one of those very rare games that define an entire console’s library, and for games like these, it’s always good to see them being played by as many people as possible. Soon, the series will be going past the boundaries of PlayStation for the first time when God of War (2018) launches for PC, and head of its imminent launch, we’ve got a little bit more of it to look at.
Nvidia recently shared a brief new clip of the game running on PC to showcase its Nvidia Reflex support in action, which will enable lower latency and improved input responses, which, in turn, will lead to faster dodges and attack combos. The clip itself is pretty brief, and shows Kratos taking on the very first troll that he fights in the very early stages of the game. Check it out below.
God of War launches for PC on January 14. Check out its system requirements through here. The game will also feature support for AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution.
Meanwhile, God of War: Ragnarok is also scheduled to launch sometime in 2022 for PS5 and PS4.
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