TeaserPlay is back at it again, and this time, with a God of War remake in Unreal Engine 5. The main objective of this remake was to humanize Kratos’ face as much as possible, similar to what you saw in the eighth-installment released on April 20, 2018 for the PS4 / PC, while also bringing the camera a bit closer to the character.
Unreal Engine 5 technologies used include Lumen, Nanite, Ray Tracing and Metahuman, the latter of which helped generate the faces of Kratos and Zeus. We may not see this remake anytime soon, but God of War: Ragnarok is coming to the PlayStation 5 on November 9, 2022, developed by Sony’s Santa Monica Studio.
- Next wave of invites will be sent on 8/8/2022 to qualifying customers. While supplies last
- Faster Loading: Fast-travel across the map and get back into the game almost instantly with the PlayStation5 console’s ultra-high-speed SSD and fast load times.
- Stunning Visuals: Experience the vast world of Horizon Forbidden West in stunning 4K and HDR.* From mountain tops to small sprigs of leaves, everything is realized to incredible detail at an enormous scale. Targeting 60FPS, Performance Mode further enhances smoothness of movement, animations and controls.
- Haptic Feedback: Get closer to each fight Aloy takes on with the DualSense wireless controller’s haptic feedback. Feel the sensation of blades of grass you brush past when making a stealth approach, melee swipes you make against machines and armoured humans, and the directional impact from enemy attacks when you attempt to evade.
- Adaptive Triggers: Enjoy a new level of immersion when you interact with different objects using the DualSense wireless controller’s adaptive triggers. Feel the tension in the string of your bow, the pull of your new grappling tool and the resistance of the triggers on heavy tribal and mechanical weapons.
God of War Ragnarök Collector’s Edition comes housed in a beautiful box representing the Knowledge Keeper’s Shrine. This shrine was of the triptychs that Kratos and Atreus came across in God of War (2018), depicting the tale of a powerful seer, the Giant Sorceress called Gróa, who was the first to have a vision of Ragnarök,” said Grace Orlady, Sr. Community Manager, Santa Monica Studio.