A graphics comparison clip from Call Of Duty: Warzone demonstrates the key visual and technical differences from the new Xbox consoles, the Xbox One, Xbox One X, Xbox Series X, and Series S.

All four consoles are lined up on the screen together to demonstrate each one at work. The Series S and Series X’s resolutions are far more refined than that of their predecessors, at 1920x1080p and 3840x2160p frame rates respectively.

Then we move onto the console’s loading times. As we previously reported, the Series X’s loading times for Grand Theft Auto V’s story mode and the notoriously slow online play were proven to be considerably faster with Microsoft’s next-gen platform. As for Warzone, while the Xbox One and One X take up to twenty seconds to launch, the Series S and X load in eight seconds, cutting more than half the waiting time.

There are major improvements with draw distance too, as the next-gen consoles produce crisper background details right across the board, from shadows, FPS and textures.

In other Call of Duty news, according to a Reddit post on the Xbox Series X’s subreddit, Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War will take up close to 190GB of storage space,(187.GB to be exact). Players will be given options on what parts of the game they’d want to remove if they need to save space.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is out now, available on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Series X, S, and PC.

The Xbox Series X and Series X launched on November 10, with the PS5 launching yesterday (November 12) in the US, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, while the UK and the rest of the world will need to wait until November 19.

Elsewhere, Activision very recently rolled out a new two-factor authentication process via the Call Of Duty website, in a bid to protect accounts and tackle the issue with cheaters.