Sun. Nov 28th, 2021

God of War is coming to PC on January 14th, 2022, as the Steam page confirms.

God of War is the latest PlayStation exclusive to make its way to PC, following the release of Horizon Zero Dawn and the upcoming Uncharted: The Legacies of Thieves Collection. It will launch on Steam with all the content available on the Playstation version, including four shield skins and a bonus armor set for both Kratos and Atreus. You can watch the trailer here:

God of War PC port will support 4K output, 21:9 ultrawide resolution, unlocked framerates, as well as DualShock 4 and DualSense controls along with “a wide range of other gamepads.” Santa Monica Studio community manager Grace Orlady also confirmed “robust” input remapping in a post to theĀ PlayStation Blog.

The PC version of God of War will sport advanced graphics settings including shadow resolution, screen-space reflections, ambient occlusion, and more. System requirements are yet to be announced, although you’ll need 80GB of space.

God of War will also support Nvidia’s DLSS technology. Many games use this technology to improve frame rates while maintaining high visual fidelity. January can’t come sooner for PC players to experience this masterpiece.

Check out my review on God of War to read why it was a Godly experience.