Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 developer Treyarch has confirmed a number of technical specifications for each platform its upcoming shooter will launch on this November 6.
According to multiple previews of the game, Black Ops 3 can be run at a 4K resolution with a powerful enough rig. As usual, frame rate can be customized to fit your hardware, though a PC developer on the game mentioned that multiplayer could potentially be capped at 200 FPS, as was the case with Black Ops 2 multiplayer. “It’s too early to say what we can do in Black Ops 3,” he said, “but that’s my thinking on the topic.” He added that Black Ops 3 will also ship with a Field of View slider and that the game will “use 100% dedicated servers for all ranked matches.”
Though recommended system requirements are still being finalized, Black Ops 3’s minimum required specs were revealed yesterday.
As for consoles, both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will continue to run at 60 FPS. Treyarch was able to confirm that the PlayStation 4 will display a 1080p resolution but didn’t have anything to announce yet for Microsoft’s Xbox One. Last year’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare displayed a 900p resolution on Xbox One.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 was revealed yesterday where Treyarch also announced Closed Beta access to those who pre-order the game.