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God of War PS5 Vs PC Ultra Settings Graphics Comparison

God of War is the latest Sony title to get a PC port, so let's see how it compares to its console counterpart.

For the PlayStation version we are running it on a PS5 with the upgraded “enhanced performance” patch that runs the game at 60fps with a 4K checkerboard resolution. Meanwhile we have the PC version running on maxed out “ultra” settings at a native 4K resolution.

The PC version does offer a small but decent number of improvements such as increased texture quality and dynamic fog. However, these can be pretty subtle. You will notice a major difference in shadows, which can change some scenes quite dramatically. Also, you will notice a difference in color, however that has more to do with how these games were captured on different devices and is not indicative of any real difference between the two versions.