Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for PC has a bunch of welcome features like cross play, and FOV slider, and an uncapped frame rate.
Just now, Call of Duty architects Infinity Ward and Activision dropped a ton of new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare details about its multiplayer, open beta, and more. With this also came a lot of information on its PC port, which is being worked on by both Infinity Ward and Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled developer Beenox. The PC version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is set to have some features such as an FOV slider and uncapped framerate, two things that please many PC gamers.
It is also worth noting that the PC version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will have full cross-play with the PS4 and Xbox One versions, and Multiplayer Design Director Joe Cecot delved into how exactly that will work with DualShockers. “We’re going to be matchmaking by peripheral, so if you’re a keyboard player you’re going to play with other keyboard players. But, if you’re a console player and you’re playing on a gamepad you can actually opt in…We also don’t let you change your controller or peripheral mid-match, so once you’ve chosen it, it’s locked in.”
As for the other features of this port that Activision describes as “fully-optimized,” Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for PC will have widescreen and multi-monitor support, which should work well in tandem with the FOV slider, as well as HDR support. This year’s Call of Duty on PC seems to have most of its bases covered when it comes to one’s PC setup, but Beenox is also making sure that players will be able to customize the controls. The customizable controls encompass rebindable inputs, simplified key binding, and unspecified “advanced mouse options.”
It is also worth noting that the game’s PC release will only be available on Battle.net. Still, this port will arrive on October 25, 2019 alongside the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. If you do plan on picking the game up on console, pre-orders are currently available on Amazon.
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