Call of Duty: Modern Warfare system requirements revealed

by October 10, 2019 0 comments

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare releases in a few weeks. As the release date grows closer, the hype around the game gets bigger. But that isn’t the only thing big about the game. It has got a massive hard drive size requirement, which means that the download size is going to be massive as well. The Modern Warfare system requirements by Activision were revealed today, and here are they: 

Minimum Requirements 

OS: Windows 7 64-bit (SP1) or Windows 10 64-bit

GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 / GTX 1650 or AMD Radeon HD 7950 – DirectX 12.0 compatible

Storage: 175GB

Processor: Intel Core i3-4340 or AMD FX-6300

Memory: 8GB RAM 

Recommended Specifications 

OS: Windows 10 64-bit latest update

GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 / GTX 1660, or AMD Radeon R9 390 / RX 580 – DirectX 12.0 compatible

Storage: 175GB

Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K or AMD Ryzen R5 1600X

Memory: 12GB 

Compared to Red Dead Redemption 2’s system requirements, this game is less demanding. The Minimum System Requirements for Red Dead Redemption 2 state Nvidia GTX 770, which is a generation ahead of the GTX 670 required for Modern Warfare. The recommended specs ask for a Graphics Card with bit more juice for CoD though. CoD will also feature Ray Tracing, so RTX Cards will see a bit more improvement in the graphics. Surprisingly, the CPU requirements are rather tame. Minimum requirements state a Core i3 CPU from 4th gen will do the work, recommended ask fora Core i5 from the 2nd generation.    

These are the two biggest games of the year, even when we talk about the Hard Drive space requirements. Between both the games, their download size might quite exceed an average Indian user’s FUP. But the good news is that even a budget PC will be able to run both the games. But if you can’t run CoD: Modern Warfare, there is always Call of Duty: Mobile which can be run on PC through Gameloop. 

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