Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to be Bundled with GeForce RTX GPUs

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NVIDIA and Activision have announced that, for a limited time, the latest title in the Call of Duty franchise, Modern Warfare, will be bundled with eligible RTX GPUs for laptops and desktop.

Check out a trailer for the bundle below:

Here’s an overview of the ray-tracing featured in the title, via NVIDIA:

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Call of Duty – Like You Have Never Seen it Before

Modern Warfare is one of the most anticipated first-person shooters in history, and GeForce RTX gamers will be able to experience it with immersive ray-traced graphics. As the Official PC Partner for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, NVIDIA is working side by side with Activision and Infinity Ward to bring real-time ray tracing, and NVIDIA Adaptive Shading to the game. NVIDIA, Infinity Ward and Activision are working together to take the graphics in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to never before seen levels which you can see in our ray tracing reveal trailer from Gamescom 2019.

The Ray Tracing Revolution

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Real-time ray tracing is changing the way games are created and dramatically increases the image quality they can achieve. Ray tracing is built upon a robust ecosystem that includes industry standard application programming interfaces (APIs), support in an array of popular and private game engines, and games from the biggest publishers for their most anticipated titles. 

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is yet another huge AAA title that is using ray tracing to create stunning visuals. This announcement illustrates the momentum that ray tracing is building in the gaming ecosystem.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
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Modern Warfare is set to launch on the 25th of October. However, those of you itching to give the game a go, well, you’re in luck as there will be an open beta for the game that kicks off on the 19th of September. The PC version will also utilize NVIDIA’s Game Ready Driver which has been optimised for it.

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