Developer Santa Monica Studio has released more information about the different graphics modes that God of War Ragnarök will support on PS4 and PS5. On PS5, the game supports 4K resolution with a target frame rate of 60 fps.
On PlayStation 5 there will be According to Santa Monica Studio You can choose from six graphics modes, divided into two categories. there comes in favor of qualityThe mode that supports native 4K resolution and a fixed frame rate of 30 frames per second. through mode In favor of quality + high frame rate The game can be played in resolutions between 1080p and 2160p, 4k. The frame rate is fixed at 40 fps in this mode. through mode Prefer Quality + High Frame Rate + Variable Frame Rate It can play at resolutions between 1800p and 2160p. The frame rate in this mode will vary around 40 fps and is unlocked.
PS5 players will also have the option to enter the game in favor of performancemode to play. The game resolution in this mode ranges between 1440p and 2160p. The frame rate will then be a maximum of 60 frames per second. in In favor of performance + high frame rate The resolution is 1440p and the frame rate varies around 60fps. in Performance + High Frame Rate + Variable Frame Rate Preferred The same values apply.
God of War players who will be playing the game on PlayStation 4 will be able to enjoy one mode: Standard Mode. It will achieve 1080p resolution at 30fps frame rate. On PlayStation 4 Pro, just as on PlayStation 5, a in favor of performanceput and in favor of qualitythe situation. The first mode allows the game to run in resolutions between 1080p and 1656p. The frame rate will fluctuate around 30 frames per second. In the in favor of qualityMode, the resolution fluctuates between 1440p and 1656p and has a fixed frame rate of 30 fps.
God of War Ragnarok is coming On November 9 From. The direct sequel to the 2018 reboot is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. It is possible to upgrade from the latest version to the current version of the game.
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