Not last Sunday (08), a publisher Activision kicked off the long-awaited multiplayer beta phase of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 on PS5, which will last until Tuesday the 10th. Players around the world were able to get a taste of the latest chapter in this iconic first-person shooter franchise, which includes modernized versions of all 16 maps from the original release of Modern Warfare 2from 2009. Among them is Favela, a big favorite among fans of the series who returns in the new game.

And to highlight the visual improvements made, YouTube user Cycu1 shared a graphical comparison video between the new game and its predecessor, offering a valuable view of the improvements that Sledgehammer Games, developer of COD: MW3, implemented to refine the gaming experience. Check it out below:

It is obvious that Modern Warfare 3 It had superior graphics. This was expected, after all, there is a ten year difference between the two titles. However, some members of the community were still disappointed, wanting not only a much greater leap in quality, but also an increase in frame rate, as both run at 60fps on consoles.

However, the comparison is still very interesting, providing valuable information for fans who want to witness the evolution of their beloved maps in this new chapter of the franchise.

And for those who weren’t able to take advantage of this beta version on PlayStation 5, it’s worth remembering that Activision has already scheduled an Open Beta for PC from October 12th to 16th, with players being able to take advantage of the testing phase through and Steam .

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is scheduled for official release on November 10 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC. It is worth noting that the game will support NVIDIA DLSS 3 technology, promising improved performance and visual features for compatible hardware. However, so far, there is no official confirmation about the inclusion of Ray Tracing effects for computers.

So, are you looking forward to enjoying it? COD: MW3? Tell us on social media Voxel!


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