A spokesperson for developer Treyarch said the company is working hard to optimize the PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
According to the developer's message posted on Reddit, in the 'royal battle' mode, which is called Blackout ('Eclipse'), at the start of the game there will be a limit of 120 frames per second. This is done so that the servers can provide stable operation of the game.
Subsequently, the number of FPS will be raised to 144, and if everything works as intended, the limit will be removed. A Treyarch spokesman added that there is no frame per second limit in other modes.
The beta, which players had the opportunity to test recently, had a 90 FPS cap for the same reasons.
However, this limitation is unlikely to be relevant for a larger number of users, since 60 frames per second is considered standard for a comfortable game.
Recall that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be released on October 12. Beenox is developing the PC version in collaboration with Treyarch.