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Activision releases 6 minutes of raw 4K Call of Duty: Modern Warfare gameplay

Modern Warfare has never looked better.

Activision releases 6 minutes of raw 4K Call of Duty: Modern Warfare gameplay

Activision releases 6 minutes of raw 4K Call of Duty: Modern Warfare gameplay

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is due to release on PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 25th, bringing the series to the modern era with an updated renderer and better graphics than ever before. 

Infinity Ward and Activision have released around 6 minutes of 4K gameplay for the title, showcasing the title's multiplayer Gunfight mode, which places two players against each other on a multiplayer map. This gameplay was captured at 4K using a PS4 Pro, which means that the game's PC and Xbox One X versions are likely to look better than this. 

Next month, on August 1st, Activision plans to showcase more multiplayer footage for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare at an event called the "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Multiplayer Gameplay Premiere". The footage below only gives us a short glimpse at what the final game will look like. 

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has been in development for more than two years, taking advantage of modern graphical techniques like photogrammetry and real-time ray tracing (on PC) to look better than any other game in the franchise. 
  

 

    You asked, we listened. Captured in 4K on PlayStation 4 Pro, we’re excited to share raw gameplay of Gunfight, a new fast-paced, close quarters, 2v2 multiplayer mode coming to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

 


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19-07-2019, 10:00:56

Greenback
it's only 6 minutes because that's when the in game store pops up asking if you want to buy the red dot for £5 or the rest of the nice things we took out so we could milk more £££ out of youQuote

19-07-2019, 11:18:00

NeverBackDown
This is just silly though. Raw 4k isn't even what we will be looking at in game. In game footage is what I want to see not rendered footageQuote

19-07-2019, 13:19:39

Darkdayzzz
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
This is just silly though. Raw 4k isn't even what we will be looking at in game. In game footage is what I want to see not rendered footage
That is in game footage, not rendered footage. It was gameplay captured on the ps4 Pro at 4k (with upscaling technically?) :P

I for one won't buy another COD game until I watch a lot of reviews as I've got both BO4 and WW2 and both are good games but neither pulls me back into wanting to play them for a few hours like Division 2 does with friends, just...idk maybe I'm losing my competitive FPS mindset finally.

Or I'm waiting on my Bad Company / BF4 styled FPS from DICE rather then this nonsense of BF1/BF5 with no attachments like we all want, sorry I don't wanna grind for weapon skins that are all the same on different guns that all unlock in the same order basically.Quote

20-07-2019, 04:04:48

Damien c
The video does make the graphics look better than the usual from COD games.

For me the ability to actually play the game is the main thing, performance needs to be spot on and a decent anti cheat system.

The micro transactions though will be what stops this game from being bought if they go the same route as the last couple.

I will be buying this as I want to play the campaign, as it seems like it might be a decent one.Quote

20-07-2019, 05:47:45

tgrech
BF4 was a mess for attachments and guns imo, far too many similar items, balancing meant all the guns fit into a few clear groups after a bit and the attachments did little. I preferred BF3's assortment overall but would take BF1/BFVs approach over BF4s any day, the attachment loadouts were sensible and you could still tweak them enough to fit most play styles, while the perks and gun assignments were great, much more fun to unlock than the kill grind of pre-DLC content of the past games.Quote
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