Call of Duty: Modern Warfare RTX/Raytracing PC Analysis

1080p Benchmarks - RTX On VS Off

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare RTX/Raytracing PC Analysis

1080p Benchmarks - RTX On VS Off 

When testing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's DXR Raytracing, we utilised Nvidia's RTX 2060 and RTX 2080 Ti, the top and bottom GPU's of Nvidia's RTX lineup. We tested the 5th Mission in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's singleplayer campaign, where we found that the game could be reliably tested and retested with minimal performance variance. 

At 1080p, Nvidia's RTX 2060 is capable of running Modern Warfare at 60+ FPS at maximum game settings, even if just barely. Without DXR the game's 99th percentile framerates move above the 80FPS mark, and average framerates shift to around 100FPS. To showcase the performance variance of Call of Duty games, we have also included the maximum framerates of our benchmark runs. Higher framerates are possible in some, less demanding, areas of the game. 

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare RTX/Raytracing PC Analysis  

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25-10-2019, 16:20:50

Dicehunter
That difference is absolutely tiny, Blurry shadows compared to sharp shadows, Nothing much to get excited about, Now if it had RT reflections, Materials like glass etc... yeah ok but RT shadows are immensely boring.Quote

25-10-2019, 17:14:13

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
That difference is absolutely tiny, Blurry shadows compared to sharp shadows, Nothing much to get excited about, Now if it had RT reflections, Materials like glass etc... yeah ok but RT shadows are immensely boring.
Yeah, shadows are boring, especially when a lot of people prefer sharp shadows. It's still a nice thing to have if you can spare the performance. Not as transformative as other games though.Quote
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