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Call of Duty: World at War performance in-depth

Posted on Tuesday, November 18 2008 @ 07:49:10 CET by


Considering the high expectations built around Call of Duty: World at War it will be interesting to see how the game stacks up against other competing shooters, but perhaps most importantly how it compares or improves upon last year's Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare which was an all-around success on the PC platform.

'World at War' was built using an enhanced version of the CoD 4 engine which should come as great news for PC gamers. Not only do we expect this game to look really good because of that, but it should also fair quite well on systems with modest specifications. Unlike Crysis and a few other visually stunning games, Call of Duty 4 wasn't able to bring a high-end system to its knees, and believe us that was a good thing.

Call of Duty: World at War certainly shapes up to be one of the most exciting installments on the series yet, and now we must find out how it will run on your computer...

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