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God Of War officially returns this year, but fans are already furious

God Of War officially returns this year, but fans are already furious

There's always a damn catch

Last night saw PlayStation’s annual State of Play event and alongside news of some exciting upcoming releases, it was revealed that one former PlayStation exclusive is making a return.

Released back in 2022, God of War Ragnarök was the sequel to 2018’s God of War and continued the story of spartan warrior Kratos and his son Atreus as they explored a land steeped in Norse mythology.

Check out the story trailer for God of War Ragnarök below!

However, with it being a PlayStation exclusive, it was a sad time for PC users who couldn’t continue with the story but last night’s State of Play had some good news.

God of War Ragnarök will be making its way to PC on 19 September alongside a handful of new and exciting features.

This includes unlocked frame rates which will allow players to access 4K resolution and upscaling technology which includes “full integration with NVIDIA RTX Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS), AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR), and Intel XeSS (Xe Super Sampling)” resulting in higher graphical settings and output resolutions.

Not only that but God of War Ragnarök for PC will have “panoramic widescreen with 21:9 ultra-widescreen and 32:9 super ultra-widescreen support” so you can experience the game in all its beauty.

However, if it all seems too good to be true, there’s a reason.

Unfortunately, God of War Ragnarök will require a PlayStation Network account in order for PC users to play.

This seems to be an ongoing theme for many PC ports at the moment but with many people unable to get a PSN account, it is understandably a frustrating requirement.

However, with the same thing recently happening with Helldivers 2 before the decision was overturned, we can only hope this will also be the case for God of War Ragnarök and a PSN account will no longer be required.

Featured Image Credit: Santa Monica Studios

Topics: God Of War, Santa Monica Studio, PC, PlayStation