Fullscreen Mode for God of War: If God of War had an update in 2018it was likely that it would be received well with the PC game’s fan base when it came out in the year. It was almost certainly the best decision to bring the title back.
Since the series consider one of the top third-person action games ever. The latest entry in the series has brought new life to Kratos and his adventures. With the PC game still performing very well on Steam. Fans have begging for a specific model, but unfortunately, it’s not looking like it will ever realize.
In a recent blog post to the Steam community, one of the developers known as Matt_sms, who is responsible for the game God of War, has stated that despite the demand from the community for it, the studio isn’t likely to bring a fully-screen game mode.
In the meantime, the game allows players to turn it in “borderless fullscreen”, but, to make it more transparent to fans, the game’s post states it is Santa Monica Studio has “no plans” to add “Exclusive Fullscreen.”
There are many reasons why the developer will not be adding it. And the majority of them are related to the visual acuity of the user and optimizing.
Fullscreen Mode for God of War
Matt_sms says that the fullscreen with no borders is suitable for things such as VSync and G-Sync, which help to reduce the tearing of screens during gameplay and also for scaling up technologies like the Nvidia’s Deep Learning Super Sampling or DLSS and AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution, also known as FSR.
Additionally, the article states that the team is improving this current mode available in the game.
This is unlikely to affect the already excellent image that the game has earned, particularly that of the PC port. While some might be a bit dissatisfied, most of those who left comments on the post were tolerant.
God of War has performed exceptionally well on Steam with an e-mail as of the date this post was written, “Overwhelmingly Positive.” The announcement will likely sway the majority of gamers that the exclusive fullscreen feature isn’t going to happen.
What the next chapter of this series holds are anticipating the release of God of War: Ragnarok, scheduled to release sometime in the year. At present, it planned to launch with PS4 and PS5.
However, considering the massive popularity of the game’s PC version. There’s a good reason to think that Steam will receive its version too.
God of War is available for PC as well as PS4.