Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III Will Have Many Options For Customization On PC

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A new look at the PC version of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III shows off all the various visual settings this Call Of Duty will have

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III is heading into its second weekend of the beta and that means we have more of the gameplay to look at. In fact, here we have a nice and new look at how Sledgehammer Games is making the PC version the best version when you are looking at the visuals of the game. That is nothing new for the Call Of Duty IP, but it is something many will want to see how they can customize things for the best version of the game. As long as you have a PC that will be able to handle all of the various tweaks and changes it will allow for. Some of these should also be on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S version. Just with fewer ways to change things up.

As we have all grown to know over the years for the PC versions of any game out there, Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III will have the ability to hit those 4K graphics along with the Ultrawide support some of you need out there. Not to mention supporting all of the latest hardware features out there and over 500 ways to tweak and change things in for the game. There is also a focus on the anti-cheat thing for Call Of Duty too, which just seems like a given for all of this now, but it is in there just for you PC gamers. Probably since it is easier for those gamers to employ various cheats when going online than it is for console gamers. Further proving that humans are just the worst and cannot achieve greatness on their own all the time.

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III — PC Trailer

PC fam - we got you 🤝

  • 💥 4K Graphics and Ultrawide support
  • 🔨 500+ customization options on PC
  • 💻 Supports NVIDIA DLSS 3 and Reflex at Launch
  • 🛡 Protected by RICOCHET Anti-Cheat
  • 🔥 Available on BNET and Steam

All in all, Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III still looks like it is going to have the same quality across all of the platforms in the visual department. At least for the next-gen systems with the last-gen most likely having a bit of a downgrade. None of this actually matters if you do not have a display or TV that can show it all off, so that is worth taking note of before you only upgrade your PC hardware to have all of these options. It still bothers me that the Call Of Duty anti-cheat thing needed to be highlighted here, and for the reason expressed above. I am curious to see if it is going to crack down on more things out there and if various "personalities" are going to get further outed for the cheats they actually are. We will know for certain when the game launches, though.

Will you be playing this Call Of Duty on the PC or was this all just some new flashes of gameplay you will see on your consoles? Will you actually dig into the 500+ options for the game or will it still boil down to presets for most of us? Will the anti-cheat thing actually do its job and will we see content creators getting knocked off one by one because of it? Head into the comments below to discuss all of this and everything else we have going on for the game. There is more to come for Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare III, and we will have it all here for you. Please keep checking back in for all of those updates and the various other ones we will have in the world for you.