Black Ops 4 PC Hardware And Peripherals Revealed By Asus

Black Ops 4 is the upcoming game in the Call of Duty franchise and this time there is going to be no single player mode and the game is going to focus on the multi-player aspect of the game. Asus has partnered with Activision to bring people Black Ops 4 PC hardware, laptops and peripherals.

Asus has introduced plenty of gear for Black Ops 4 players and here we are going to look at the different products that you can buy. These products include mainstream peripherals like keyboards and mice to high-end hardware like graphics cards and laptops.

Black Ops 4 PC Peripherals

The peripherals include a mouse, keyboard and mousepad. They come with both Asus and Black Ops 4 branding and has the Orange color scheme like the logo and branding of the game. You can check out the branding below:

Black Ops 4 PC Hardware And Other Components

Other Black Ops 4 PC components that you can buy include graphics cards, motherboards, laptops and displays. The motherboard cannot be seen properly in the picture included here and you can see the while image in the upcoming Asus lineup of Z390 motherboards.

There is a lot of hype around Black Ops 4 so it is not surprising that companies want to cash in on that hype. We also got to see how well the Blackout mode runs on consoles and it was interesting to note that the Xbox One X is able to run the game at a higher resolution but the PS4 Pro is able to run the game at a higher resolution.

Other than that, it was also interesting to see that the Black Ops 4 Blackout mode ran better on PS4 as compared to the base Xbox One. We will keep you updated regarding the performance of the game so stay tuned for more information regarding the game.

Let us know what you think about these Black Ops 4 PC peripherals and hardware and whether or not you are interested in playing the game.

Sarmad is our Senior Editor, and is also one of the more refined and cultured among us. He's 25, a finance major, and having the time of his life writing about videogames.