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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:09pm 26/10/22 | 2 Comments
Captured with a GeForce RTX 4090 using max settings here's a look at the brief Amsterdam mission in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II. Even though it's a short five-minute linear affair, it's a testament to the level of detail and visual fidelity found across the entire campaign.

As per our full review of the campaign.
No matter the task at hand, outside of aiming down sights to take out enemies, the campaign switches gears and tone and perspective and objective so often that you’d be hard-pressed to become bored with what will happen next on account of the where and how. Visually, each mission does something different too, striking a balance between urban, and rural, and different cinematic lighting.

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Posted 05:46pm 27/10/22
Turn of the interfaces and subtitles and it's erring into creepy levels of realism now. Would be interesting to play on a high level vr setup.
Posted 05:56pm 27/10/22
The game around the environments is a bit clunky and cookie cutter though clearly.
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