Call of Duty Modern Warfare-2

NVIDIA claims that Call of Duty Modern Warfare will run with 60fps in 4K/Ultra with Ray Tracing on RTX2080

Two days ago, we informed you about the official PC requirements for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. And today, NVIDIA released some more details about the game’s PC specs. According to these specs, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX2080 will be able to run the game in 4K/Ultra settings with 60fps and Ray Tracing.

For gaming at 1080p with 60fps, NVIDIA recommends using an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or a GTX 1660. For gaming at 1080p with 60fps and Ray Tracing, the green team recommends using an NVIDIA 2060 SUPER.

Competitive players that want framerates as high as 144fps (at 1080p) will need an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 or an RTX 2070 SUPER. Lastly, for gaming at 4K with Ray Tracing, NVIDIA recommends an NVIDIA RTX2080 SUPER.

NVIDIA did not state the graphics settings for these specs, however we can assume that it’s referring to Ultra/Max settings. I mean, it wouldn’t make sense to have Medium or High settings for enabling the Ray Tracing effects.

As we’ve already stated, the game will also support real-time ray tracing. Infinity Ward will be using ray tracing for the game’s shadows. Not only that, but the game will have uncapped framerates, FOV slider, advanced mouse settings & more on the PC. It’s also worth noting that the game will support cross-play between PC, Xbox One and PS4.

Lastly, the game will support both NVIDIA Ansel and NVIDIA Highlights.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare releases on October 25th, and you can find below its detailed PC system requirements.

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