God of War: PC version now supports AMD FSR 2.0

God of War: PC version now supports AMD FSR 2.0

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Sony's work on supporting its PC games certainly doesn't stop after launch. As demonstrated by Santa Monica, in fact, God of War has been recently updated, with the development team finally including support for AMD FSR 2.0 about five months after the launch of the title on the Epic Game Store and Steam. br>

If you are an experienced PC gamer, you already know what it is. If you are not, however, rest assured: we will explain it to you. In short, God of War now supports one of the most used and useful technologies of the latest generation of video games and video cards, namely real-time resolution scaling using artificial intelligence. Thanks to AMD FSR 2.0 (short for FidelityFX Super Resolution), all players will be able to launch the Sony home game at any resolution: as it is played, the technology will automatically scale the resolution for greater performance.
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If DLSS has already become a standard for several games, the situation is different for AMD FSR 2.0. In fact, the AMD tool started a little slower, but the productions that use it are more and more. Deathloop, as well as Hitman 3, have already equipped themselves with support and now it's the turn of the Santa Monica game. Most likely more and more developers will insert support for the tool, thus allowing more and more people to be able to play at their best.

God of War may be among PlayStation Plus games for June, according to leakers

2018’s God of War may be among the PlayStation Plus offerings for June, if recent leaks are to be believed.

Spanish website Areajugones claimed yesterday that Kratos’ most recent adventure will be among next month’s offerings, alongside two other games. These claims were corroborated by Dealslab member and regular PS Plus leaker billbil-kun overnight, as spotted by Video Games Chronicle. Of course, the adventure won’t be the only offering, with Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl also apparently in the mix.

At the time of writing, PlayStation are yet to confirm these three games as this month’s titles. However, the announcement is indeed due for later this week. It’d certainly be an excellent incentive as the PlayStation Plus service transitions into its new form this month. If true, the games will make up the first three subscriber freebies in the newly dubbed Essentials tier.

It’s a very strong start to kick off the revamped PlayStation Plus service’s June with. In our original review of God of War from 2018, Alice Bell said the following; “God of War achieves a very impressive balance between the epic and the mundane, between the ultra violent and the domestic. It’s undoubtedly the coolest and most interesting God of War to date”. Excitement is also pretty high for the game’s sequel – God of War: Ragnarok – which we’re hoping to hear more on soon.