God of War Ragnarok Slashes Onto PC in September, PlayStation Showcases Upcoming Titles

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    PC gamers, rejoice! Sony’s recent State of Play event brought a wave of exciting announcements, but none quite as impactful as the confirmation of God of War: Ragnarok’s arrival on PC. Brace yourselves, for Kratos and Atreus are ready to unleash their fury on a whole new platform come September 19, 2024.


    This marks a significant shift for Sony, which has traditionally kept its biggest titles exclusive to PlayStation consoles. However, the success of previous PC ports like God of War (2018) and Marvel’s Spider-Man seems to have emboldened them to bring Ragnarok to a wider audience.

    Unleashing the Leviathan Axe in Glorious PC Fidelity

    The PC version of God of War: Ragnarok promises a visual spectacle. Players can expect uncapped frame rates, allowing for silky-smooth gameplay. Additionally, the game will support resolutions up to 4K, ensuring breathtaking vistas and meticulously detailed characters.

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    But that’s not all. To push the graphical envelope even further, the PC port boasts compatibility with cutting-edge upscaling technologies. This includes Nvidia’s DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling), AMD’s FSR (FidelityFX Super Resolution), and Intel’s XeSS (Xe Super Sampling). These technologies allow for achieving high resolutions without sacrificing performance, offering a perfect balance between stunning visuals and smooth gameplay.

    Content Galore: A Complete Ragnarok Experience

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    Sony has confirmed that the PC edition of God of War: Ragnarok won’t be a stripped-down version. Players will have access to all post-launch content released for the PlayStation 5 version, including the challenging New Game plus mode and the God of War Ragnarök: Valhalla DLC.

    Valhalla, a roguelite-inspired adventure, delves into Kratos’ past as he confronts the depths of Valhalla. This unique DLC adds significant replay value to the core campaign, offering players a fresh perspective on the game’s lore.

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    Pre-Order Perks and Pricing for Indian Gamers

    The wait is almost over, and pre-orders for God of War: Ragnarok on PC are already live on both Steam and Epic Games Store. The game comes in two editions one is Standard and the second is Deluxe.

    The Standard Edition is priced at Rs 3,999 on Steam, making it a compelling proposition for action-adventure enthusiasts. The Deluxe Edition bumps the price tag to Rs 4,799, but it comes with some enticing pre-order bonuses. Players who pre-order the Deluxe Edition will receive exclusive in-game cosmetic items: the Kratos Risen Snow Armor and the Atreus Risen Snow Tunic.

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    Beyond Ragnarok: A Glimpse into PlayStation’s Future

    While God of War: Ragnarok undoubtedly stole the show, Sony’s State of Play event offered a glimpse into other upcoming PlayStation titles. Here are some highlights:

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    Alien: Rogue Incursion: This VR title for the PlayStation VR2 headset promises a terrifying deep space adventure, launching during the 2024 holiday season.

    Silent Hill 2 Remake: A haunting remake of the classic psychological horror game is coming to PlayStation 5, sending shivers down spines later this year.

    Until Dawn: The narrative-driven horror experience that captivated players on PS4 is getting a sequel, arriving on PlayStation 5 sometime in the future.

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    Path of Exile 2: The highly anticipated sequel to the popular action RPG is set to make its debut on PlayStation 5, offering a deep and challenging online world.

    Marvel’s Rivals: Calling all card game enthusiasts! A new Marvel-themed card game is coming to PlayStation platforms, bringing the thrill of competitive card battling to the superhero universe.

    Sony’s State of Play event showcased a strong lineup of upcoming titles, with God of War: Ragnarok serving as the undeniable centerpiece. PC gamers can finally experience this critically acclaimed adventure in September, while PlayStation owners have a excess of exciting games to look forward to in the coming months.

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