NVIDIA Announces Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Bundle for RTX GPUs and Systems

Source: NVIDIA

NVIDIA is partnering with Activision to bundle Call of Duty: Modern Warfare with the purchase of an eligible RTX GPU or RTX-equipped desktop or laptop.

Developed by Infinity Ward and scheduled for release on October 25th, the upcoming game will be the 16th in the overall Call of Duty franchise and will serve as a “soft reboot” of the Modern Warfare series that began in 2007 with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

As an official partner for Modern Warfare’s PC version, NVIDIA has already been preparing for the game’s release. The company recently provided optimized drivers for the impending Modern Warfare beta, and back in June announced support for real-time ray tracing and NVIDIA Adaptive Shading.

Call of Duty: 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 bundle will be available to purchasers of the following eligible GPUs or pre-built systems containing them: Those interested in checking out the game prior to launch can enroll in the Modern Warfare open beta, which begins September 19th at 10:00AM PDT for those who pre-ordered the game, or September 20th at 6:00PM PDT for everyone else, and runs until September 23rd at 10:00AM PDT. The PC version of the game is hosted via Blizzard’s Battle.net service.

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1 Comment

  1. ObsceneSnowman@gmail.com

    I love the term “soft reboot”. Both words are tailored to soften the blow. It’s a “reboot”, not a “remake”, so it’s cool! And it’s only a “soft” one, so fret not consumer, you’ll like it!


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