God of War Ragnarök comes to PC on September 19


Sony has ported lots of its biggest games to PC recently, and the next one will be God of War Ragnarok. As part of the State of Play presentation, Sony showed off a trailer for the most recent adventure of Kratos and his son Atreus, and it looks as good as ever. It’ll have unlocked frame rates, ultra widescreen monitor support and plenty more visual trickery for PC players, and it’ll also include the recently-released Valhalla DLC. It’s not a huge surprise, given that the 2018 revival God of War also came to PC a few years ago, but it’ll be welcomed by those who want to continue the journey.

As far as visual upgrades go, Sony confirmed in its blog that it’ll support NVIDIA RTX DLSS, AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution and Intel XeSS for upscaling the whole thing to whatever screen you’re using. And Sony wasn’t kidding about the widescreen support — it’ll work with 32:9 monitors.

God of War Ragnarok (and its 2018 predecessor) are classic entries in the series, with the engrossing single-player narrative-driven vibe of many of Sony’s recent first-party studio games. But the combat is just as good, and Ragnarok adds a lot of new twists to the God of War universe. It’s one of my favorite games of the last few years, and it should look positively excellent on high-powered PCs. It’ll be available on September 19, and you can pre-order it now.



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