COD: Modern Warfare
COD: Modern Warfare

COD: Modern Warfare – PC Launch Trailer, Preload Info

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COD fans are anxiously awaiting the release of Modern Warfare, and now a blog post on the official Activision Call of Duty blog has outlined the additional options available to PC gamers, along with a PC specific trailer highlighting the game’s 4k resolution and ultrawide support.

The latest, highly anticipated entry in the Call of Duty franchise, Modern Warfare features 4k resolution and uncapped framerate, giving players all their eyes can handle and then some. According to the blog post, “Developer Beenox has been working closely in conjunction with Infinity Ward to ensure the PC version of Modern Warfare sets a new high-water mark for customization, featuring more customization options than we’ve ever had in a Call of Duty game.”

Modern Warfare launches with a variety of game modes for players to enjoy on their fancy-shmancy monitors, including fan-favorite 6v6 and 10v10, as well as 32v32 ground war battles. 64 player matches are certain to look amazing in 4k resolution, while uncapped framerate means butter-smooth tracking for many gamers. In addition, crossplay with console gamers will be available at launch, ensuring there will always be a wide variety of people to play with.

PC gamers who have preordered Modern Warfare can begin their preload of the game at 10:00pm PDT on October 22, 2019 via Battle.net. Those who have not yet pre-ordered the title by then may do so at any time up until the official launch time, and begin preloading immediately. Players who are curious what time Modern Warfare releases in their region on October 25 can check out this map, available here. Note that this map only applies to those who are planning to play Modern Warfare on PC.

Gaming Instincts has been keeping a close eye on Modern Warfare, last week reporting on the increasing probability that a battle royale mode will come to the game early next year. Such news should surprise no one, considering the popularity of games such as Fortnite, PUBG, and this year’s Apex Legends.

Check out the PC-specific trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare below, and follow Gaming Instincts on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest updates.

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