Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (COD BOCW) [PC, PS4, PS5, XO, XBSX|S]

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  1. DSoup

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    Software permanently damaging hardware (outside of BIOS settings dictating voltage and thermal properties) seems really unlikely but I can believe there are new consoles that are on the verge of failure and just playing a game - any game - could be the trigger. As could watching a movie.
     
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    I've never been a big COD guy but they're clearly doing something right. These are crazy numbers.
     
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    Mouse and keyboard support has ruined this game for me. I've turned off crossplay, but I'm now at the level where it only puts me in games with only K&M PlayStation players and it's near impossible to compete with a controller.

    They need to offer a mode that's controllers only.
     
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    Can you see what input method other players are using?
     
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    The killcam makes it pretty obvious, yeah. I've knocked the sensitivity up a notch on my controller but I can't aim as quickly as those guys under any circumstance. Seems a little unfair.

    I have a 120hz display, so I understand that I have an unfair advantage against most players too.
     
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