God Of War PS4 Comes With a Performance Mode, 4K, and Higher Frame Rates

The director of God of War PS4, Cory Barlog, has confirmed that the game will feature an extra graphical mode on PS4 Pro. Meaning that the God Of War Performance Mode will utilize every last ounce of power from the console to generate high and smoother frame rates.

Cory Barlog recently confirmed on Twitter that the PS4 Pro version of the game will feature a performance mode. Barlog was asked by a fan, that is there a need to upgrade to a PlayStation 4 Pro in order to fully enjoy the game.

To which he replied that although the upgrade is not necessary, the PS4 Pro version has some enhancements.

For those who are not bothered about the higher resolution, the game will also include the option to not output at 4k, rather at a higher frame rate instead, at 1080p.

So, it would seem that God Of War Performance Mode will be giving higher and smoother frame rates in exchange for the 4K resolution.

Also, the games that are enhanced for PS4 Pro, typically offer the players more options when it comes to frame-rate versus the graphics fidelity.

That being said, we do not have further details regarding, at what frame rates will the game lock as the Barlog didn’t say much. So as soon as any information is revealed regarding the game we will surely let you guys know.

For those who have the impression that God Of War will be completely serious in its nature throughout. Then they would be glad to know that very recently Barlog revealed that the game has an amazingly weird sense of humor from time to time so that the interest in the game remains intact.

We all know the game originates from the Norse mythology but in the latest podcast known as “The lost pages,” it was revealed that the God Of War world has been influenced by their very own Sony exclusive title The Bloodborne.

For now, there is this tiresome wait for the game to roll out. God Of War is scheduled to roll out on 20th April for PS4 exclusively.

Also, it has been revealed that the game’s review embargo will lift on 12th April, 8 days before the actual release.