God of the war not only landed this year on PC, but thanks to the Steam Deck we have the only portable platform with which to really be able to play this title to a decent graphic quality that doesn’t have much to envy to the consoles. An example of this brings them to us’The bit analyst‘, which wanted to compare the visual quality, performance and loading times of this title optimized for Valve’s portable console against PlayStation consoles.
In summary form, the Steam Deck is the one with the fastest loading times, And it’s that the PlayStation 5 is limited to running the PlayStation 4 game for backwards compatibility, so all of its hardware isn’t used. This also means that in some areas of the game, the portable console can offer greater drawing distances Regarding the console version, while in terms of visual quality in general, it is fundamentally slightly superior to that of the PlayStation 4 version, and it is to dream of the power of the PlayStation 5 on a portable console, at least for the moment, it is unthinkable.
Of course, not everything is good news, and it really is there is no way to make the game run “acceptably” at 60 FPSeven with minimal graphics settings and AMD FidelifyFX Super Resolution technology, technology that is not recommended to be usedat least in the handheld mode of the console, since it’s only profitable when connected to an external monitor in Maximum Quality mode to play in 1080p at an acceptable as well as stable framerate.
In short, at least with God of War it is as if we had a superior console to the PlayStation 4 with which we can enjoy games anywhere, and are laptops not comparable (not only because of the differences in size), and it must be remembered that if they are not connected to the electrical network, the performance drops noticeably.