Lately, Video game developers seem to be fooling PC gamers on minimum requirements and especially the recommended requirements. For example, to play Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on the recommended setting’s you must have atleast Graphics card with 4GB of VRAM, which is only offered by the latest flagship cards from both the companies. Sledgehammer Games also locked the executable microprocessors using two cores handicapping CPU intensive situations. However the game is perfectly playable and works like a charm with the processors like the baseline Core CPU from Intel, namely, the Core i3 (all generations), the budget beast Pentium G3258 or the Llanos architecture based APU from AMD, the A4-5300.

Previously we came with the modified .exe that would help the PC Gamers who are owning Dual Core processors, that can run Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. But after several reports the new updated version of that modified .exe has been released. We are giving you the new version which would improve the performance, on the other hand, the patched file to enable some DLCs.

You can download the New version of that modified .exe from hereAlso try to make sure that you have more than 4Gb Ram for running this game as we saw that game is consuming 3.9GB or some time more then 6Gb Ram.

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