As if anyone is surprised that the PC platform is the best place for gaming, a new graphics comparison video for the latest PlayStation PC port release showcases superior quality compared to the console versions, even on a 4 year old game. Plus, ultrawide support seems to almost completely transform the experience.
We are of course talking about God of War, which has been the most successful PlayStation PC port so far. Thanks to ElAnalistaDeBits on YouTube once again for creating the comprehensive comparison video, which not only gives a look at the differences between the console and PC versions, but also the quality of DLSS and FSR at different modes.
Perhaps the most dramatic differences you can see in the God of War PC version is the Shadows, Draw Distance, Fog, and Reflections - at least when cranked up to Ultra - all settings that the PC excels at compared to consoles, so no real big surprise there. But it is nice to at least see the PC getting some love for higher-end quality settings.
Oh, and if you needed any more of a reason as to why the PC platform is the best place to play God of War, just take a look at the official Ultrawide trailer Sony put out just before release, and soak in those stunning views with a wider field of view. Coupled with the no-cut camera perspective, and you have a truly cinematic experience:
What do you think? Are you enjoying God of War on PC? How do you feel about the graphics comparison video above? How much better does the PC version look compared to the console version?