Warzone: Film Grain and On-Demand Texture Streaming Settings Explained
What does On-Demand Texture Streaming do in Warzone?
Call of Duty Warzone On Demand Texture Streaming is an option that avoids players from downloading high-resolution texture packs before playing it.
Since its launch, the big file size of Call of Duty Warzone and its updates has always been a major issue for both developers and players. However, the development team tries to use various methods and features to lower the download amount of players by any means.
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The On Demand Texture Streaming Warzone option is one of the effective ways that could save you more time, and reduce the total amount of download size, especially for those who don’t want to play at the highest preset.
What is On Demand Texture Streaming in Warzone
This option will allow players to only store the low-resolution models and textures packs of the objects on their PCs. So, any time that you attempt to set the game’s quality on the higher presets, the game will start downloading the high-resolution textures based on the requirements.
Enabling this option will help the players who play on medium or low presets to get rid of downloading high-resolution texture packs. On the other hand, players who do play on higher presets can save a significant amount of space by enabling this option, which allows them to only download the textures they need.
What is the Film Grain Option in Warzone?
As a post-processing effect, Film Grain is only there to give a more cinematic look to the game. If you are playing Warzone for competitive purposes, you’d better turn it down to the lowest possible degree. Lower Film Grain means clearer vision.
However, if you are playing for fun and don’t mind giving a retro-movie look to your gaming experience, adjust it to whatever degree that satisfies you.
Call of Duty Warzone is now available for free on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC.