Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has just been released and below you can find some 4K screenshots from its single-player campaign. The game is powered by the latest version of the Infinity Ward Engine and from the looks of it, it runs perfectly fine on the PC platform.
As always, we’ve included the MSI Afterburner statistics in these screenshots in order to give you an idea of how the game runs on a single GTX980Ti in 4K on Max settings.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare seems to perform incredibly well on the PC platform. In 4K, our GTX980Ti was able to push between 35-60fps on Max settings (with Flimic SMAA 1X).
This basically means that PC gamers can either lower some settings in order to hit a consistent 60fps experience in 4K (unless of course they are using more powerful GPUs than the GTX980Ti), or lock the framerate to 30fps via the NVIDIA Control Panel.
We’ll talk more about the game’s performance in our upcoming PC Performance Analysis article, so stay tuned for more.
Those interested can download the uncompressed 4K images from here.
Enjoy the screenshots!
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