Call of Duty Warzone 2 also works without a GPU: the compromise is "interesting"

In these first days of life Call of Duty Warzone 2 is already going through a series of difficulties. The new iteration of Activision's battle royale has been able to attract the attention of many fans, and in addition to the many praises that are coming from everywhere, there are, unfortunately, also many reports of glitches. But that's not all, as thanks to a number of geek players, we are discovering a lot of these days details and curiosities on the new chapter of Warzone.

For example, did you know it's possible play Call of Duty Warzone 2 even without a graphics card? The experiment was carried out by the RandomGaminginHD YouTube channel, already known for having offered its followers a series of PC gaming-themed content. In this recent video, however, these content creators have revealed how it is actually possible to play the new Warzone, even if you don't have a video card installed in your computer.

As we can see in the video, Call of Duty Warzone 2 now looks like a real demake, with graphics, textures and visual effects that are anything but new generation, on the contrary, it seems to be in front of a title of the Call of Duty saga released in the PlayStation 2 era. Of course, the title is incredibly playable even with these "settings", but it is clear that more than one eye must be turned a blind eye to a whole series of graphic artifacts that are created every time the view moves too frenetically.

  • It's certainly curious to see how the new Call of Duty Warzone 2 behaves in all graphical settings, and to see that the game has this diversity of possibilities it is certainly a big point in favor of the game. Furthermore, let's not forget that we are talking about a free-to-play game, and that by its nature it must be playable to a very large plethora of players.

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