Black Ops 3: Adjustable FOV Slider, Dedicated Servers, DX12 and More

By   /   Apr 28, 2015

It seems all we talk about these days is Call of Duty Black Ops 3. Just like before, the developers of the game have been sharing information regarding the game and its features, discussing numerous areas and on numerous platforms.

Cesar Stastny, the director of development at Treyarch Studios for Call of Duty Black Ops 3 was asked a lot of questions by the fans of the game over at his Twitter profile.

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Firstly, he dove into the topic of servers himself stating that all ranked matches will have dedicated servers:

BlackOps3 PC will use 100% dedicated servers for all ranked matches. (Same as previous BlackOps PC titles.) This is how we do it.

Next, he confirmed that BO3 was going to follow suit in terms of field of view as well; the game “will ship with an adjustable FOV slider. (Same as previous BlackOps PC titles.)”

On a question about DirectX 12 support he said that “it is still early to dive into pc graphics features. I can say we will offer more graphics options than in our previous titles.” However, in another question on the same topic he did create a better reason for hope saying that “we’ll get there earlier this year than on previous titles.”

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Someone inquired if it would be possible to run the game on max settings on a ASUS GTX 750 TI (2GB), in reply Stastny urged fans to wait saying it was too early to talk about specs although he added that they “are redefining ‘max settings’ for Call of Duty.”

That is all for now, but I am sure we will be hearing tons of other things about Call of Duty Black Ops 3 in the coming days, keep checking back for more.