‘Call Of Duty Modern Warfare’ Release Date, Latest News & Update: Minimum PC Specs For Remastered Version Revealed

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 01, 2016 07:21 PM EDT

“Call of Duty Modern Warfare” is expected to come out this November and PC users are anxious to know if they would need upgrades to their PCs. The remastered version will obviously require higher hardware specs covering the central processing unit and of course the graphics processing unit.

For the ones planning to play “Call of Duty Modern Warfare”, the game requires a 64-bit OS no lower than Windows 7. According to Game Spot, folks will need to make sure that their PC is armed with at least an Intel Core i3-530 or AMD Phenom IIX4 810 for the PC to cover.

Other notable specs that “Call of Duty Modern Warfare” gamers will have to note is to have at least 6 GB of RAM and either a NVIDIA GTS 450 or AMD HD 7850 GPU with 1 GB of RAM. With six new maps set to be released later on in the year, the game will require at least 55 GB of hard disk space for it to be installed.

For those who are familiar with the 2007 version of “Call of Duty Modern Warfare”, noticeable are the big changes in PC hardware. File sizes and graphics will likely be improved a lot, an expectation from remastered versions that hope to rekindle and entice gamers to take them up.

While we are on the topic, it may be best to consider what “Call of Duty Infinite Warfare” will require. Among the PC specs it would require include a Core i-3-225, 8 GB of RAM, a GTX 660/ HD 7850 with 2 GB and roughly 70 GB of disk space, Gaming Bolt reported.

Aside from the specs, all eyes are on the multiplayer feature for “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” remastered for the PS4. The game is expected to come out on Nov. 4, PlayStation Lifestyle reported.

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