PlayStation’s God of War: Ragnarok vs Xbox’s Halo: Infinite- Which Exclusive Title is Superior in Terms of Visual Performance?

Published 09/28/2021, 7:05 AM EDT


Xbox fans are going on and on about how good the graphics of Halo Infinite is and how it is significantly better than PlayStation’s God of War: Ragnarok. Well, this is pretty ironic because the visuals of Halo Infinite are average compared to God of War in terms of graphical capability. There’s no doubt both the games have a huge fan following, but the harsh truth is that there comparing the two games isn’t easy.

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God of War: Ragnarok, which was revealed at the PlayStation event a couple of weeks ago, got a lot of praise from players. However, Xbox fans commented that the game looks average as the upgrade is not so great. The weird thing about this is that 2018’s God of War is already better-looking graphically than anything Microsoft has released.

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Social media activity regarding Halo Infinite and God of War: Ragnarok

On Social Media, hardcore Halo fans are posting some screenshots of the game, saying that the graphics of Halo Infinite look extremely good. These are the same people claiming that God of War Ragnarok doesn’t look so good.

It is quite difficult to tell how good or bad the game’s going to be based on what Xbox fans say. The way people react to different games depending on their personal likes is difficult to understand, to be honest.

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Above all, Halo’s graphics have been a hot debate topic for years. The majority of the community isn’t satisfied with the visuals of Halo Infinite. The gameplay demo was filled with flat lighting and a pretty average texture. However, 343 has promised to improve on the overall presentation of the game.

God of War: Ragnarok is the last game of the Norse storyline. Basically, it will bring an end to the Norse Saga and his story. Well, this makes complete sense, as it is worthless to stretch a story for no reason. Plus, if the devs feel the series has run its course, then it probably has.

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God of War: Ragnarok has been pushed to 2022 while Halo Infinite is all set to release on 8 December 2021.

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Vitasta Singh

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Vitasta Singh is an eSports writer at EssentiallySports. She is currently pursuing her graduation in English Literature and Psychology. Before joining EssentiallySports she used to write articles for Silver Mantle Solutions on various niches such as games, fitness, business, entertainment, and fashion.

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