As one of the main competitors to Shadow, Maximum Settings is a cloud PC rental service that is located in Canada. With their only datacenter located in Toronto, Ontario, we wanted to know how the well the input lag faired playing Modern Warfare.
With residing in Cleveland, we are pretty close to our Maximum Settings machine which will result in a decently low latency.
For this test, I will be using the gamepad tester from gamepad-tester.com once again displayed in the corner. I also played two multiplayer games. I won’t show all two games but I’ll highlight the most important aspects. Let’s see how well I do on Maximum Settings.
When I started my first match, it was apparent that I haven’t played Modern Warfare in months prior to this video so you’ll definitely see that I started off rusty. I had to get into the rhythm of playing Modern Warfare again while adapting to the slight Maximum Settings lag. I took some serious “Ls” in the first couple of minutes of the game.
You’ll see that I was aiming pretty wild for some of these kills but Controller Memory muscle finally kicked in and made a great comeback during the middle of the match. I made plenty of good kills and banked tags to comeback and win.
For the immediate second game, Hardpoint was the main highlight. As I was warmed up and adjusted, kills came easy I racked them up along with several multi-kills.
I even had Play of the Game. This shows you can be competitive while playing Modern Warfare and other first person shooters on cloud gaming platforms like Maximum Settings.
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