Just days after the launch of Warzone Season 3, Call of Duty's publisher Activision has released the fourth high-resolution texture pack for 2019's Modern Warfare and the battle royale.
The new season of post-launch content bought a wealth of content to Warzone and Black Ops Cold War, including new weapons, new Operators to unlock alongside a brand-new iteration of Verdansk set in 1984.
The texture pack went live for PlayStation and Xbox players on April 27th.
Considering this is the fourth texture pack to go live for console players, what exactly does it contain, and is it worth downloading? Find out absolutely everything you need to know about the texture pack and how to download it here!
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What Is Warzone High-Resolution Pack 4?
This is the fourth texture pack that Activision has released for Modern Warfare and Warzone on consoles and they are designed to implement more detailed textures for a range of in-game items.
Said to support “the most detailed textures for weapons and Operators in Modern Warfare and Warzone”, the pack provides improved details on the Warzone weapon arsenal and all of the playable Operators available in the battle royale.
It's recommended that PS5, PS4 Pro, and Xbox Series X players that play the games on high-resolution displays should download the texture pack in order to get the most detail.
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How To Install Warzone High-Resolution Pack 4
Installing the texture pack is a very simple process.
PS5 and Xbox Series X players will be greeted with a prompt to download it when they load up Warzone while PS4 Pro players will have to make their way into the in-game options and select the 'Game Installs' tab to find the download.
For PlayStation players, the download is approximately 9GB in size.
Is It Worth It?
For those that love every little detail in Modern Warfare and Warzone and are playing the game on a high-res monitor, then it is certainly worth downloading.
For those that aren't using a high-res monitor, you won't notice a lot of difference so it's probably best saving some hard drive space.