Next weekend one of the most anticipated games of the year will come, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, a title that this time has only been designed as a multiplayer experience, regardless of the campaign mode.
Although this situation generated controversy at the beginning, the show by Treyarch has won the fans’ taste and the expectation for a game releasing on October 12 is at its highest level. That’s why the developers have offered important information, specifically for PC users.
Through a publication on its official site on Reddit, Treyarch revealed information about the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on PC, including the day on which the preload can be started and some details about the frames per second.
To begin with, the development team revealed that those who acquired Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 in pre-order will be able to start pre-ordering the title through Battle.net on Tuesday, October 9. Now, at the same time, the developers reported that they have prepared for the launch, with all that that implies, and have taken some measures around the frames per second.
According to information from Treyarch, after analyzing all the information that emerged from the Beta of the Battle Royale of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Blackout mode, it was decided that it has a limit of frames per second in its launch, something that will not happen with the other game modes, which will not have restrictions in that section.
In this regard, the developers acknowledged that they expect the Blackout mode to be the one with the most influx in the first days after the release of the title and that is why they planned a frame rate limit of 120 fps for the debut, ensuring stability for all the players in the initial sessions. Later and once the stability has been assured, the limit of frames per second will be increased to 144 fps and, after it is verified that everything went well and the servers are working properly, the rate will be released.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will release on October 12 to PS4, Xbox One and PC.