Treyarch has teased new details on its upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 over Twitter, with the official Treyarch account tweeting that they've been asked if sliders will be there to adjust ADS sensitivity, and more.
The developer tweeted: "Been asked if there will be sliders to adjust sensitivity in ADS on PC. The answer is YES. In fact, the sensitivity can be customized horizontally and vertically, independently. These are multipliers that can go from 10% to 200% of the hipfire value".
Another gamer replied, saying Treyarch will include 21:9 monitor support on the PC so the developer replied saying "That is correct--Ultra Wide screens, 4K, HDR... all supported (and 21:9)". Treyarch followed up that tweet with a tease on the FOV slider, where they said: "On top of the FOV slider on PC you can set one of several aspect ratios: 5:4. 4:3, 16:10, 16:9, 21:9, and 32:9".
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be a treat for PC gamers with the FOV slider that is between 60-120, and is set at a default of 90 according to Treyarch. As for mouse filtering and acceleration, both options are going to be in Black Ops 4, and by default they will be disabled.
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