God of War Ragnarok Graphics Modes Revealed: Here are All of Them

By GamesRecon

Santa Monica Studio has announced the nine God of War Ragnarok graphics modes for the PS5 and PS4.

It was reported that God of War Ragnarok would support a 120Hz gameplay mode on Playstation 5, and Santa Monica Studio has now confirmed with a tweet that these settings will be available in the game. You can achieve these graphics settings in both Favor Performance + HFR (High Frame Rate) and the Favor Performance + HFR + VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) modes.

Those who own a PS5 and a smart TV with HDMI 2.1 support will be in for a unique offer, as this might grant them access to six distinct modes, which are dedicated to the high frame rate (120 Hz refresh rate) and variable refresh rate. You’ll need a display compatible with HDMI 2.1 if you want a 120Hz refresh rate.

If you’re interested in playing the game on one of its many possible visual settings, you can examine the complete list of possible performance and graphics modes of God of War Ragnarok below to have a glimpse of all available options.

God of War Ragnarok PS5 Graphics Modes

  • Favor Performance: 1440p – 2160p, 60 FPS Target
  • Favor Performance + High Refresh Rate Display1440p, Unlocked 60 FPS
  • Favor Performance + High Refresh Rate Display + Variable Refresh Rate: 1440p, Unlocked 60 FPS
  • Favor Quality2160p (Native 4K), 30 FPS Target
  • Favor Quality + High Refresh Rate Display: 1800p – 2160p, 40 FPS Target
  • Favor Quality + High Refresh Rate Display + Variable Refresh Rate1800p – 2160p, Unlocked 40 FPS

God of War Ragnarok PS4 Graphics Modes

  • PS4 Pro Favor Performance: 1080p – 1656p, Unlocked 30 FPS
  • PS4 Pro Favor Quality: 1440p – 1656p, 30 FPS Target
  • Standard PS4: 1080p, 30 FPS Target

A number of different visual settings are available for this upcoming major sequel, which is excellent because variety is the spice of life. Moreover, you can also check out God of War Ragnarok all parents can relate trailer or teaser showcasing the enhanced combat and enemies. If you still have not grabbed your copy of the game, you can preorder God of War Ragnarok as the release is less than a week away from us.