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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2's PC trailer brags of 4K and ultrawide support (and not much else)

It's got anti-cheat too, I guess?

Modern Warfare 2's remake edges ever closer and the day after the launch trailer brings a dedicated PC trailer. It crows about, well, all the things my PC isn't powerful enough to run, frankly.

Cover image for YouTube videoMWII PC Trailer | Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II

4K graphics! Nope, can't run that. Ultrawide support! Nope, don't have one of those. 500+ customisation options? I'll probably just use whatever you auto-dedect and recommend, sorry.

As PC trailers, it's relatively thin in terms of shouty onscreen text, which is the unit of measurement I rely on to judge the quality of any video game. Compare the above trailer to Skull And Bones similar video, which bragged of uncapped frames-per-second, ray tracing, and several acronyms I don't recall the meaning of. The only other shout-out I haven't mentioned in the Modern Warfare 2 trailer is for anti-cheat, which sure, is essential, but since it is essential it's not something I'd brag about as a PC bell and/or whistle.

Modern Warfare 2 will launch on October 28th, but it's available to play before that via various betas for those who pre-order. You can check our list of the Modern Warfare 2 beta times if you want to join in. Ed and Hayden have also been making some suggestions for classic Call Of Duty maps they'd like to see make a return in a future Modern Warfare 2 map pack.

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