God of War Ragnarok will support 120 FPS, in addition to several other graphics modes that target different frame rates.
God of War Ragnarok comes with support for 120 FPS, in addition to several other graphics modes that target different frame rates.
God of War Ragnarok will offer a few different graphics options on PS5, including support for 120 FPS gameplay. The game is due out next month, and Sony is celebrating its launch by releasing behind-the-scenes footage from the product’s production. The first volume revolves around the story of God of War Ragnarok, with the following episodes being released every Tuesday for the next 9 weeks.
Some PlayStation 5 games offer 120 FPS mode for incredibly smooth frame rates. Many of these titles are focused on multiplayer, such as Fortnite, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Destiny 2, and Rocket League, with games like Borderlands 3 and Doom Eternal also giving players the option 120 FPS. Games these days typically have two modes, one to achieve the best possible visuals at 30 FPS and another to target 60 FPS.
Press Start Australia reports that gamers can choose from four graphics modes when playing God of War Ragnarok. Comes with two main options – resolution priority or performance priority, which works differently when high frame rate is on or off. With the feature turned off, players can choose between a 30 FPS game in 4K and a supposedly locked 60 FPS experience. With high framerate enabled, God of War Ragnarok ran at 40 FPS in resolution mode and hit an impressive 120 FPS in performance mode.
Press Start Australia mentions that gamers will need an HDMI 2.1 compatible TV or monitor to experience the game at 120 FPS. Still, it’s an impressive technical achievement by developer Santa Monica Studio given the game’s overall visual quality. Fans should note that God of War Ragnarok takes up a large amount of storage space. The PS5 version requires 84 GB, compared to 107 GB for the PS4 version. EU versions of God of War Ragnarok take up even more space, so some players may have to clear data to make room for Kratos’ latest adventure.
Santa Monica Studio has confirmed that God of War Ragnarok marks the end of the story in Northern Europe, so fans can expect the game to bring an end to Kratos. However, a recent report revealed that Ragnarok will take around 40 hours to complete the main content, with the story being 20 hours long. Judging by these numbers, the main storyline seems as long as God of War 2018.