Best NVIDIA filters for Call of Duty

Call of Duty is an Activision first-person video game shooter franchise. Beginning in 2003, it focused first on games set in World War II. The series has seen games set in the middle of the Cold War, future-oriented worlds and outdoor space over time. Infinity Ward, Treyarch and Sledgehammer Games first developed the games. Several other developers have made spin-off and handheld games. On 13 November 2020 the latest title, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, was released.

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The series originally focuses on World War II with the first (2003) and second (2005) titles developed by Infinity Ward in the series and Treyarch developed the third titles (2006). Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (2007) introduced a new, modern environment and proved the breakthrow of the series, creating a sub-series of the Modern Warfare. The legacy of the game has also influenced the development of a new version, published in 2016. Two additional entries were made, Modern Warfare 2 (2009) and 3 (2011). In 2019, the sub-series was rebooted with Modern Warfare. Infinity Ward has also developed two games, Ghosts (2013) and Infinite Warfare, outside Modern Warfare sub-series (2016). Treyarch did one final World War II game, World at War (2008), before Black Ops (2010) and the Black Ops sub-series were released. Four other entries were made in conjunction with Raven Software, Black Ops II (2012), III (2015), 4 (2018) and Cold War (2020). Sledgehammer Games have also developed two titles, Advanced Warfare (2014) and WWII, as co-developers for Moderne Warfare 3. (2017).

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The series sold more than 400 million copies by April 2021. With new games released annually for blockbuster sales, the series is verified as the first-person shooter game series by Guinness World Records. It is also the most successful video game franchise in the US and the third largest video game franchise ever. Other franchise products include a range of Plan B Toys figures; a card game created by Upper Deck Company; a Mega Bloks set by Mega Brands; and a WildStorm Productions Comic Book miniseries.

Call of Duty has been released worldwide now. If you had your head in a foxhole and missed all the details on the first person shooter you anticipated the year, this is the most important info: Back in the modern era, Call of Duty has a gritty, realistic reproduction of its marked warfare. There’s a tensioning new 2v2-multi player mode called Gunfight; your favourite 8 and 16-player multi-player modes are all back; and there’s a new 64-player mode called the Ground War which features huge maps and player-controlled vehicles.

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Players can experience immersive, lifelike ray-traced shadows, high-quality effects and higher rendering resolutions as quickly as your PC can deliver.

The world and its characters are shadowed with ray-traced shadows with a level of detail beyond traditional shadow maps. Shadows spanning the whole scene and feature realistic contact hardening and softening as seen in the real world, providing you with a more immersive 60 FPS+ experience throughout the GeForce RTX GPU line-up.

So get comfortable and get ready to delve into Call of Duty: modern Warfare’s PC settings and radiation-tracked effects with each exam and interactive comparison photographs, relative performance charts and written explanators.

NVIDIA RTX Ray Tracing

Ray Trace is now available in the single-player Modern Warfare campaign as well as all core multiplayer modes to give GeForce RTX players a superior experience with immersive, realistic, high-reliance shadowing that improves almost every second of their gameplay naturally and seamlessly.

Thanks to the power of the RTX RT Core, NVIDIA and Activision optimizations, gamers can achieve a maximum of 60 FPS with ray tracking throughout our entire GeForce RTX GPUs ranging from 1080p to 4k:

The GeForce RTX 2060 enables gamers to play at max. 60 FPS with ray tracing enabled at 1080p.

The GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER allows players to play at 60 FPS at 1440p with ray tracking activated.

The GeForce RTX 2080  will allow gamers to play with a maximum of 60 FPS and a maximum of 4K.

NVIDIA Ansel and Highlights

NVIDIA Ansel allows players to capture screenshots from a customised angle and with filters and other tweaks. Press Alt+F2, Snap, upload to and share ShotWithGeForce with just a few clicks (stay tuned for our upcoming ShotWithGeForce Modern Warfare contest).

Let NVIDIA Highlights capture your best moments with a multiplayer. Multi-kills, killing trades, killing stripes, killing equipment and more are automatically saved for post-game editing and sharing through YouTube, social media and other web sites.

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