When Call of Duty: WW2 releases on November 3 this year, players that own an Xbox One X will be able to play Call of Duty WW2 in 4K, as the game will be supported with 4K resolution with high dynamic ranging on that console. The Xbox One X is Microsoft’s answer to the Playstation 4 Pro.
Allowing players to play the game in such high visual quality will bring a new dimension of immersion and looks into the game, which is one of the main reasons that 4K consoles like the Playstation 4 Pro and the Xbox One X have even been made. With the Xbox One X being reported as being more powerful than the Playstation 4 Pro and even some PCs, the possibility of more people buying an X to play Call of Duty WW2 in 4K is fairly likely.
While there hasn’t been any official confirmation about whether or not you’ll be able to play Call of Duty: WW2 with such high resolution and visual quality, there’s still a few months to go before the game actually becomes available. That leaves a good amount of time for Sledgehammer Games and Microsoft themselves to confirm that 4K resolution with HDR will be available for Call of Duty.
Considering Microsoft will have to make the Xbox One X worth it in order to make enough sales to compete with the Playstation 4 Pro (which released in November of last year and so has a year-long lead on it), Call of Duty WW2 in 4K is only one of the multiple high-profile games that it will have to have on it in order to be successful.
You’ll be able to play Call of Duty: WW2 on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC when it releases on November 3 of this year, along with the upgraded premium consoles.