Year Title PC 6th Gen 7th Gen 8th Gen Handheld Developer
2003 Call of Duty Windows, OS X N/A X360, PS3 N/A N-Gage Infinity Ward
2005 Call of Duty 2 Windows, OS X N/A X360 Xbox One (BC) Mobile phone Infinity Ward
2006 Call of Duty 3 N/A PS2, Xbox X360, PS3, Wii Xbox One (BC) N/A Treyarch
2007 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Windows, OS X N/A X360, PS3, Wii Xbox One, PS4 (Remastered) NDS Infinity Ward
2008 Call of Duty: World at War Windows PS2 X360, PS3, Wii Xbox One (BC) NDS, Windows Mobile Treyarch
2009 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Windows, OS X N/A X360, PS3 Xbox One (BC) NDS Infinity Ward
2010 Call of Duty: Black Ops Windows, OS X N/A X360, PS3, Wii Xbox One (BC) NDS Treyarch
2011 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Windows, OS X N/A X360, PS3, Wii Xbox One (BC) NDS Infinity Ward
2012 Call of Duty: Black Ops II Windows N/A X360, PS3 Xbox One (BC), Wii U N/A Treyarch
2013 Call of Duty: Ghosts Windows N/A X360, PS3 Xbox One, PS4, Wii U N/A Infinity Ward
2014 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Windows N/A X360, PS3 Xbox One, PS4 N/A Sledgehammer Games
2015 Call of Duty: Black Ops III Windows N/A X360, PS3 Xbox One, PS4 N/A Treyarch
2016 Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Windows N/A N/A Xbox One, PS4 N/A Infinity Ward
2017 Call of Duty: WWII Windows N/A N/A Xbox One, PS4 N/A Sledgehammer Games
2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Windows N/A N/A Xbox One, PS4 N/A Treyarch
Basically going for the cycle this time around Treyarch are suppose to be the good guys
Sledgehammer games is a newcomer but they do a good job whatever game they develop.
Infinity War does good sometimes but they started it all. I just think gamers perfer older games due to appeal of low pologons and textures.
I hope the day one patch really isn't 50GB...
I think your right the game is going to be over 112 gigs I upgraded to two 1 TB Samsung 860 drives for this reason.
The campaigns in the IW releases have always been the best, even after Zampella and co left. But the Treyarch releases always had the better multiplayer, in my opinion.I preferred the IW releases over the Treyarch ones. The Treyarch games always felt more cartoony while the IW games were more gritty.
Anyone know what the numbers were at 4k? I'm ruinning a 1070 and want to buy but would like to be able to play at 4k.
At 2k? Wow, thats pretty demanding, thanks.You're not going to be able to play at 4K with a 1070. Maybe with all the settings as low as they'll go.
I'm running a 1080Ti at 2K and it's in the 70-80 range. I think they had the FPS capped during beta's. So, might do better on release.
I was worried about a 1070, assume the rest is similar (funny guy) Edit** Added specs for you.yeah, you can run it at 4k (like my obvious lack of any facts, just like your lack of system config)
Holy shit so its gonna be 120GB game. Goddamn my poor SSD hates these huge game sizes.
i'm in a weird spot here.
- i played the Blackout beta, my first time trying a battle royale game of any kind, and ended up loving it
- to kill time before the BO4 release i bought PUBG
- PUBG turned out to be pretty damn fun
- after a few rounds tonight of Blackout i think i prefer PUBG
more time with BO4 might change things, it is a lot of fun. the gun play is obviously a lot better. the pacing is a little too rushed for this game mode in my opinion. it's complete speculation but i feel like BFV's battle royale (whenever it releases) will be the sweet spot between these games.