As we all know, God of War Ragnarok will be available starting next November 9, 2022 and on PlayStation 5 than on PlayStation 4thus confirming a further cross-gen project for Sony as already seen in the course of the year with Horizon Forbidden West e Grand Touring 7.
Some details emerge regarding the old-gen version for the new adventure of Kratos ed Atreusrevealed by the animation director Bruno Velazquez during an interview with Eurogamer. The member of Santa Monica Studio states that God of War Ragnarok was primarily intended as a PS4 game, and that indeed the team’s goal has always been to create the best game ever to appear on the previous platform PlayStation.
“As for God of War Ragnarok, from the beginning we knew it was going to be a PS4 game because we wanted to support the fanbase and we have so many people who loved the predecessor on PS4. We wanted to make it the best PS4 game possible, our goal was to surpass God of War 2018 in every way possible, “declares Velazquez, adding that” the PS5 version is simply the icing on the cake “.
The animation director continues on the issue related to the old-gen version: “We wanted to create the best title for PS4, push the fanbase, the content, finish the story we started: all this is our main goal. The PS5 version adds. haptic feedback, 3D audio, higher framerate and better graphics and textures. It’s the tip of the iceberg, so obviously it’s the best way to experience this. But the PS4 version will really push the console’s capabilities to the limits. ” .
The words of Velzquez therefore suggest that, although the PS5 version remains the best way to enjoy 100% the experience offered by the new God of WarSanta Monica Studio has put a lot of effort into the PS4 edition and that should really push the features of the older generation Sony platform to the limits.
While waiting for the review, don’t miss our preview of God of War Ragnarok, already played thoroughly by the editorial staff of Everyeye. We also find out if God of War Ragnarok on PS5 runs at 30 or 60fps and what performance it offers.