Playing a PlayStation exclusive is exciting enough when you’ve got a PS4 Pro and a TV to output the game to 4K. But the last thing I expected when I started up God Of War was that it wasn’t going to output and fill my screen with the gore and action provided with the game.
Playing god Of War in full screen – it’s an easy fix
I initially tweeted PlayStation support but managed to figure out the solution a few moments later myself. The strange thing was the PS home screen displayed full screen, games like Crash Bandicoot also filled my monitor, so I assumed the setting was in the game itself – that’s where I was wrong.
Follow these simple steps and you’ll be sorted
Step 1 – On your PlayStation home screen navigate to your settings.
Step 2 – Select Sound and Screen>Display Area Settings.
Step 3 – Press up on your controller D-Pad until the white lines on screen match up to the size of your screen.
You’ll have something that looks like this if you’ve done it correctly.
The end result?
As you can see below, God Of War will now be displayed in axe-wielding full-screen as you wanted!
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