Here are the PC graphics settings for Call of Duty Modern Warfare Open Beta

The Open Beta phase for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare begins in under an hour, and we can finally reveal its PC graphics settings. From the looks of it, PC gamers will be able to adjust a number of graphics settings. However, it appears that there won’t be any support for Ray Tracing.

Going into more details, PC gamers can adjust the quality of Textures, Texture Filtering, Particles, Bullet Impacts and Tessellation. There are also options for Shadow Map Resolution, Cache Spot Shadows, Cache Sun Shadows, Ambient Occlusion and Lighting. Moreover, there is a resolution scaler, options for Film Grain and Colorblind, as well as a Field of View Slider.

As we can clearly see, there aren’t any options for Ray Tracing. Not only that, but there isn’t any setting for DLSS. Now while NVIDIA has not confirmed whether the game will support DLSS, it makes zero sense not to add it, especially for those that want to enjoy the game’s Ray Tracing effects.

But anyway, the PC Open Beta phase for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare begins today for those that have pre-ordered the game. For the rest of the players, the beta will open tomorrow.

Enjoy the following screenshots and stay tuned for more!

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