Yesterday, we received the first test scores for the latest offshoot of the “God of War” series. In addition to this, the obligatory performance analysis from Digital Foundry arrived.
In recent hours, much of the international coverage has revolved around the latest spin-off of the “God of War” series. And for a good reason.
The first international test scores arrived during the course of yesterday, which made it clear that the developers of the Sony Santa Monica Studios landed another hit with the reorientation of “God of War”. So the new adventure of Kratos is currently leveling off at a score cut of 94 percent. In addition to this, we today received the compulsory performance analysis from Digital Foundry.
God of War: The new adventure of Kratos faces the performance analysis
As can be seen, “God of War” makes an extremely good figure on both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 4 Pro and is one of the most technically impressive titles of recent years. On the standard model of the PS4 1080p and liquid 30FPS are therefore offered.
On the other hand, if you go back to the “Performance Mode” of the PlayStation 4 Pro, native 1080p are also waiting for you. In addition, a frame rate beyond the 30FPS mark is offered. While the refresh rate of the “Performance Mode” in quiet moments can well amount to 60FPS, fighting in the mid-40s are on average, said Digital Foundry.
When using the dynamic 4K resolution, there are currently still isolated frame rate burglaries that could be corrected sooner or later, however, with a corresponding update. Further details are provided in the following video.