Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III will be released on PC and current and last-generation platforms next month. Activision has revealed the game’s PC features in its latest video, which includes 4K resolution support. Continuing the tradition of its predecessors, Modern Warfare III maintains a contemporary and realistic setting, advancing the series’ ongoing narrative.
Modern Warfare III will be available on Steam and Battle.net
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III will be released for PC gamers on Steam and Activision Blizzard’s Battle.net on November 10, 2023, for $69.99. A recently released PC trailer emphasizes significant capabilities such as 4K resolution, ultra-widescreen ability, and integration with Nvidia DLSS 3 for enhanced visuals and Nvidia Reflex for lower latency. The game also has Activision’s powerful Ricochet anti-cheat system.
Furthermore, Modern Warfare III offers over 500 customization choices on the PC platform, with a selection seen in the latest teaser. Activision has emphasized that the teaser footage was shot on a PC equipped with a GeForce RTX graphics card, highlighting the game’s potential for an immersive gaming experience on high-end hardware.
The trailer also showed some essential elements available in all game editions, such as the addition of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III’s Zombies mode. While zombies have been a recurring theme in the Call of Duty franchise, this is a first for the Modern Warfare series. The forthcoming Zombies iteration features a squad-based extraction mode, which advances the franchise’s ongoing Dark Aether storyline Activision has not yet announced the recommended and minimum PC system requirements for Modern Warfare III. However, the game’s open beta has begun for all PlayStation players and those who pre-ordered on Xbox and PC.