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God of War Runs At Dynamic 4K Resolution Through 2160p Checkerboard on PS4 Pro


Thanks to a post on the PlayStation Blog the details on how God of War will run on PlayStation 4 Pro was detailed:

“When played on PS4 Pro with a 4K TV, God of War outputs in a dynamic 4K resolution achieved through a 2160p checkerboard. Players with 1080p HDTVs will also benefit from increased image clarity via supersampling of a higher resolution onto their display, thanks to the game’s built-in supersampling technique. Across all PS4s, God of War also features HDR lighting and a wide color gamut for those with TVs that support HDR,” the official post mentions.

A small detail leaves the doubt about the nature of the 4K used by the game of Sony Santa Monica: the fact that they have not specified the native 2160p resolution makes us think about the achievement of the same through upscaling techniques.

In addition, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced a special model of PlayStation 4 Pro that will be bundled with God of War, one of the most anticipated titles this year for PS4 owners. Purchasing the bundle, presented through the video shown at the bottom of this news, you will get right to a PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB and a Dualshock 4 fully customized to the theme of God of War.

As you can see in the video below, the body of the console and controller refer to the design of the ax of Kratos, a new weapon that the ghost of Sparta has embraced in this new adventure. The bundle obviously contains a physical copy of the game and will be sold in Europe for $399.99.

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We will find out exactly how God of War will play on PS4 Pro when it will be released on April 20, considering the first contacts with the video game made by Sony, we will undoubtedly face one of the most visually beautiful games of recent times.

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