Call of Duty Ghosts dog in 60FPS graphics

By Posted 28 May 2013, 03:43

If you enjoyed Activision’s Call of Duty Ghosts trailer that the company unveiled at Microsoft’s Xbox One event, you are going to love this. A new video is now available to download, allowing you to view the same graphics trailer, but in full 60FPS quality unlike the YouTube version which most of you probably watched.

Call of Duty Ghosts dog in 60FPS graphics

That version on YouTube is locked to 30FPS, so the majority of you will not have witnessed the trailer in its fullest form, which is where the technical sleuths over at Eurogamer come in. They have released the Ghosts footage in 60FPS, allowing you to see the differences between watching in 60FPS – which is what the final game will end up as, with Activision already confirming 60FPS gameplay for the Xbox One version of the game.

For those interested, the video was actually taken from Spike TV’s coverage of the Xbox event, and then converted into a 720p, 60FPS download which you’ll find below. The guys over at Eurogamer have also confirmed that the Forza reveal at the same event was also locked to 30FPS, so that’s another sign of good things to come when the actual 60FPS game releases.

If you still have the YouTube trailer etched in your memory, it’s a good idea to download the 60FPS version below and see how they compare. Eurogamer has concluded that the differences are minimal due a lack of actual action scenes, but have a watch yourself and let us know what you think.

The download can be found here, you just need to accept the terms and conditions by clicking the box and the download should start – it’s a 134MB file and shouldn’t take too long to download at all. Chrome browser has been recommended, or an iOS device if you plan to watch on mobile.

With Activision confirming that Call of Duty Ghosts is 60FPS on Xbox One, will you now pick up this version instead of Xbox 360? Have you fallen in love with the unnamed Call of Duty Ghosts dog yet? Activision has said that they’ll be revealing his name soon – it isn’t Colin.

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  • a gaMER

    I’m glad that developers are finally starting to embrace 60FPS. it looks so much better than 30FPS. so much smoother and no jitter whatsoever. though 120FPS is still king.

  • Dynasty2021

    Looks 5 years old already, I’m afraid.

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