Thursday, October 11, 2007

COD4 Demo Available

You can now download the Call of Duty 4 PC demo. Features one entire map (only single player tho:( 1.4 G.

http://www.fileplanet.com/180530/180000/fileinfo/Call-of-Duty-4-Demo
http://www.h2k-gaming.com/index/nieuws/1186

Give yall's pristine new PCs a work out!

Required (minimum) Specs
CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 2.4 GHz or AMD(R) Athlon(TM) 64 2800+ processor or any 1.8Ghz Dual Core Processor or better supportedRAM: 512MB RAM (768MB for Windows Vista)Hard Drive: 8GB of free spaceVideo card: NVIDIA(R) Geforce(TM) 6600 or better or ATI(R) Radeon(R) 9800 Pro or better


Recommended Specs
CPU: 2.4 GHz dual core or betterRAM: 1G for XP; 2G for VistaHard Drive: 8GB of free spaceVideo card: 3.0 Shader Support recommended. Nvidia Geforce 7800 or better or ATI Radeon X1800 or better

5 comments:

Ender said...

Goodness....I think I will have to create a dual-boot XP/Vista setup so that I can play all games under XP but keep vista around for future use, when Microsoft forces everything to be Vista-exclusive.

Kungfucius said...

I'm happy to report that my PC was actually able to run the demo pretty decently :) Although I had to turn off a bunch of the graphical settings, everything still looked pretty good, and the action is REALLY intense in this game!

Kabitzin said...

Downloading now. I think the torrent is definitely the way to go for this file.

moonfleck said...

I tried this last night. It is pretty intense for sure. Apparently my recommended optimal setting was 640x480 -_-!! looks so ugly. I moved it up to 800x600 and still seemed to run fine. It was hard to figure out how to catch grenades and throw back. I resorted to just dash across the battlefield to reach the AA gun but man, if this was a real battle with one shot kill, I would have died so many times.

Kungfucius said...

Yeah it had set mine at 640x480 too as the "optimal" setting, but I had it bumped up to 1280x1024 and it was still running pretty smoothly. I had to make sure anti-aliasing is off though because that tended to slow things down quite a bit.