Activision Unveiled a Trailer Highlighting the Features of the PC Version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III

October 13, 2023 by Alex Novichenko

Hold on to your controllers, gamers! The much-anticipated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III is set to roll out on November 10th, 2023, for both PC and major console platforms, including the latest and previous generation.

In a recent trailer, Activision gave a sneak peek into what PC gamers can expect. The highlights include:

  • 4K resolution support and ultra-widescreen view.
  • Integration with Nvidia's DLSS 3 sampling and Reflex latency reduction technologies.
  • A robust protection system with Activision’s Ricochet anti-cheat feature.
  • A plethora of over 500 customization settings.
  • To further entice, the trailer visuals were entirely recorded using a GeForce RTX graphics card.

For those wondering where to grab their PC copy? Look no further than Steam or the renowned Activision Blizzard’s platform with a price tag of $69.99.

Apart from the techy stuff, the trailer also showcased some exhilarating features that all game versions will include. Most notably, Modern Warfare III is introducing a Zombies mode. While Zombies have haunted many a Call of Duty iteration, they've never appeared in the Modern Warfare series. This debut will treat players to a squad-centric extraction mode, adding another chapter to the gripping Dark Aether narrative.

While the gaming community eagerly awaits the official system requirements for PCs, there's a chance for a test drive. The game's open beta kicks off today exclusively for PlayStation enthusiasts and those who have pre-booked on Xbox and PC. But don't fret if you haven't pre-ordered! Between October 14th and 16th, gamers across all platforms can dive into the action, giving a hands-on experience and ensuring your PC rig is up to the task.