Several previews for God of War: Ragnarok have surfaced today, including ours. This is how the new information of this installment is known. One of the most interesting pieces of information is the various performance modes for this sequel, and here we see not two, but four options. According to press-start, God of War: Ragnarok will feature four performance modes, providing enough variety for each player to enjoy the experience to their liking. These are: -Favor resolution: 4K/30fps locked – Improves performance: 60fps is locked. – Resolution support (high frame rate on): 4K/40fps locked (requires HDMI 2.1). – For performance (high frame rate on): 120fps target (requires HDMI 2.1). As you can see, as long as you have a cable and a display with HDMI 2.1 support, there are enough options to play the way you like. Surprisingly, no resolution-related information is provided in performance mode. However, if it’s like other games, we’ll probably see a dynamic 4K with 60fps. Likewise, the 4K and 40fps option is something we saw in The Last of Us Part I, and it looks like it’s something PlayStation plans to implement in all of its potential games. We remind you that God of War: Ragnarok is coming to PS4 and PS5 on November 9, 2022. On a related note, you can check out our thoughts on God of War: Ragnarok here. Similarly, this is the weight of the game on PS4 and PS5.
Editor’s Note: After playing The Last of Us Part I 4K and 40fps, you can enjoy the new installment of God of War this way. However, considering that we are talking about an action game, it is very likely that you will choose 60fps, even if the resolution is not fully 4K. Via: Press-Start The post God of War: Ragnarok Performance Mods appeared first on Atomics.