Bottom line: If you have the choice (and assuming your PC is capable of running it with all eye-candy on), it would be difficult to choose a console version via the PC counterpart.
Activision has launched a new Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 trailer in which exclusive images and functions of PC are highlighted.
The title on PC developed by Treyarch offers ultra-wide support and support for multiple monitors, as well as unlimited frame rates and support for 4K resolution. The game is also designed for mouse and keyboard games, we are told, and offers extensive control adjustments.
Activision says that gameplay and firefights have been balanced for the PC experience, but did not go into detail exactly what that means. Creative director and co-studio start Thomas Wilson offered the following when he spoke to PC Gamer earlier this month:
"There are many options that players can customize, such as FOV, and one thing we tried to do is try to match mouse sensitivity with games like Overwatch and Destiny 2, both other Battle.net games. natural transition if you're used to playing on Battle.net. "
The Blackout (battle royale mode) open beta for PC starts on September 15 on Battle.net. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is launched on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC on October 12th.
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