Warzone High Resolution Texture Comparison – Is It Worth Getting?

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While several players are dropping into Verdansk to get stuck into Season Two of Warzone, Call of Duty publisher Activision has released a third texture pack for the battle royale and the 2019 reboot of Modern Warfare across PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

Season Two has bought in a wealth of changes to Warzone, including new points of interest to Verdansk, new Operators to unlock, and new additions to the weapon arsenal.

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The latest texture pack aims to provide even more detail on the Warzone weapon arsenal and all of the playable Operators.

After a bit of time playing Warzone with the new pack downloaded, is it actually worth downloading?

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To compare Warzone with the new texture pack applied, we’ve taken two extremely similar screenshots of legendary Modern Warfare character Captain Price to see the difference.

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Before Download

Captain Price Operator Warzone

After Download

Captain Price Operator 4K
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As you can see, there are distinct differences in the skin tones of Price, alongside various changes to the colour of his combat gear.

When dropping into a game, some of the brighter colours do stand out more, and for PlayStation 5 users, Warzone will now run in 4K but it’s unclear as to whether it’s been upscaled or the game is running in native 4K.

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Is It Worth Downloading?

For those that love the finer details of Warzone, then downloading the texture pack is a must.

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On the other hand, the texture pack is another sizable update to a game that is over 200GB for some PlayStation users, and if it's only next-gen consoles and the PS4 Pro that will really maximise the texture pack, it’s not worth filling up the hard drive with.