Activision is fully geared up towards the release of upcoming shooter Call of Duty WWII which is set for release on November, just a couple of days ahead of Microsoft’s upgraded 4K console, the Xbox One X.

While the most recent games are confirmed for getting special visual enhancements for the Xbox One X and as per the new updates from CoD leaker CharlieINTEL, the Call of Duty WWII will be supporting ultra HD 4K resolution with HDR and 60 FPS on the upgraded console.

The details were emerged after UK retailer GAME updated its listing for the new CoD game, unveiling game’s packing which highlights these game settings and support. However, Microsoft’s official list of visually enhanced titles doesn’t mention the new Call of Duty game as of yet.

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While there is some confusion whether the game will run at native 4K on the new console or it will use 4K upscaling techniques via checkboard. Maybe we’ll hear about the enhancement from Activision itself in the coming weeks.

Call of Duty WWII is scheduled for release on November 3rd on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!

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