Follow these simple steps to activate 120fps in the beta.

Right in these hours Infinity Ward released the Beta from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on all platforms where the game has landed, then on consoles PlayStation, Xbox and PC allowing fans to get a taste of the sector multiplayer of the title.

But among the general clamor, with the fans very satisfied with the general qualities that characterize this new chapter of the series, in this article we point out a lack that has annoyed and not a little the owners of a new generation console of Sony Interactive Entertainment e Microsoft: obviously we are referring to PlayStation 5 ed Xbox Series X|S.

And going into the specifics of the matter, some players have noticed how the Beta from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 does not currently include an option for to enable 120Hz with the community having discovered a simple trick to be able to activate it despite this strange absence. And if you are wondering what this trick is, don’t worry because in this article we will explain everything to you.

Follow these simple steps to activate 120Hz in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Beta.


  • Close the beta and go to the console settings.
  • Now you have to look for the section “Saved data and game / app settings” and then “Saved Data (PS5)” e “Console storage memory“.
  • Once this is done, all you have to do is delete the beta data of MII. And no, don’t be afraid because all of your progress made they are saved directly on the servers of Activision Blizzard so you won’t lose anything by following this process.
  • Now access the beta again and redo the initial game setup.

Xbox Series X:

  • In Home selected My games and apps.
  • Now highlight the game and press the button Menu on the controller and then select Manage game and add-ons.
  • Once this is done, all you have to do is check the box Saved data and consequently choose the element to delete.

Following these steps, start the beta from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 to find out how the game now actually supports i 120 frames per second without showing any messages indicating the activation of this new option.

Obviously it is good to specify how to exploit this frequency of frames per second you need to have a monitor or a TV that supports i 120Hz.

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