Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a marvelous creation, and many shooter games fans like to play it for hours. It would be too bad not to have the possibility to play such a game online. How can you not love how piercing and dreadful bullets are drilling the chests, skulls or limbs of your friends, co-workers, neighbors, bosses, etc.? I mean only virtually, of course.
You Can Try Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Cross-play Open Beta As Of September 19th
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare gives you the chance to do all that and many more, starting with October 25, when the game will be released with cross-play support on PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One.
A Call of Duty: Modern Warfare cross-play open beta will roll out this Thursday, on September 19th, and fans are thrilled by the idea to play their favorite game on multiplayer mode. The system requirements are pretty reasonable for 2019 standards: you’ll need a GPU of 2GB, 8GB of RAM, 50GB free space on the hard drive and a 3.3GHz processor from Intel or AMD.
You’ll need a CoD account
The Californian company responsible for publishing the game, Activision, said to the public on its official blog what you need to do to get to play COD: Modern Warfare:
“Using your COD Account, you can create cross-platform Friends lists and Parties from all three supported platforms. This unites the community by removing barriers, creating platform-agnostic friend groups. Are you a PS4 player with friends on Xbox One and PC, for example? Now you can organize parties and jump into matches with your friends, easily and quickly regardless of platform!”
You have very little more to wait, dear fans of shooter games and especially of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare! Prepare your weapons well and load them with style!