While lit­tle is known about the high­ly antic­i­pat­ed sequel, God of War: Rag­narok — oth­er than a basic 2021 release win­dow — San­ta Mon­i­ca Stu­dio has revealed a lit­tle bit of details about the 2018 reboot of God of War, and what to expect on the PS5. The stu­dio announced easy save trans­fers for the God of War reboot to the PS5, as well as save trans­fers for God of War III.

God of War (2018) will offer up to 60 FPS, with the Favor Per­for­mance option, improv­ing upon the chop­py frame rate of the orig­i­nal PS4 ver­sion. God of War III was orig­i­nal­ly released on the PS3 back in 2010, but San­ta Mon­i­ca remas­tered the game in 2015 for the PS4, hence why you can trans­fer saves to the PS5

Sony has already stat­ed that the PS5 will be back­wards com­pat­i­ble with 99% of the PS4’s library. Of course, it won’t be offer­ing sup­port for PS1, PS2 or the PS3. Some PS4 games will have improved per­for­mance on the PS5, but it’s unclear what games will be affected.