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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare II Comes With Weaker Graphics Than Expected?! [VIDEO]

One of the first Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II comparison videos has been released, based on the game’s beta on PS5, PS4 Pro and PS4.

 

 

The beta for the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II launched on PlayStation platforms a few days ago, and YouTube channel ElAnalistaDebits has been comparing the game’s visuals on the different PlayStation platforms. As Nate Birch recently mentioned, the PC system requirements aren’t that different from Modern Warfare 2019 and looking at the visuals of the beta on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro, and there isn’t that much difference from the first instalment.

It’s clear that the game was designed for older-generation consoles.

While the PS5 version offers better ambient occlusion, LOD, anisotropic filtering, shadows and some higher resolution textures, overall, it’s pretty clear that the game was designed with the older generation consoles in mind. Thus, it seems that Modern Warfare II is being held back by last-gen: it doesn’t produce the graphical performance it could be capable of. You can watch the comparison video below.

Here are the video parameters:

“PS4: Dynamic 1920x1080p/60fps (common 1344x1080p)

PS4 Pro: Dynamic 2688x1512p/60fps (common 2176x1512p)

PS5: 2160p/60fps with reconstruction rendering

– Please note that MWII is currently in beta. Its performance may vary in future versions or updates.

– MWII uses horizontal dynamic resolution with temporal reconstruction. Something usual in this saga.

– For the first time, we can modify the FOV on all platforms, including Oldgen, up to 120. In this video it is set to 90.

– For the moment, this beta does not have 120fps mode for PS5. Only 60fps on 60hz or 120hz TVs.”

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II will be released next month on October 28 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

The beta is currently live on PlayStation platforms and will launch on PC and Xbox this week.

Source: YouTube

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