Call of Duty Warzone at 120HZ shows an improvement with PS5

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The recently released 120Hz update for Call of Duty: Warzone for PlayStation 5 users is a welcome boost – it doubles performance over the prior version of the game, doing so with no noticeable impact to image quality. More importantly, its release may well signify that Sony is beefing up its backwards compatible support for its latest console, bringing it closer into line with the kind of features available on Xbox Series consoles, when running code designed for last-gen machines.

So, in this piece, I’ll be considering backwards compatibility features in general for both Microsoft and Sony machines, while at the same time looking at Warzone specifically. But to begin with, there are a couple of caveats and clarifications required for the game’s 120Hz support on PlayStation 5. First of all, Activision’s patch notes suggest that an HDMI 2.1 screen is required to achieve 120Hz gaming – but this is not the case. If you have an HDMI 2.0 display (or indeed capture card), you can still achieve 120fps – however, the image will be internally downscaled from native resolution to 1080p.

  • Source: Euro Gamer
  • July 10, 2021
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