TCL, a popular consumer electronics manufacturer, has announced that it is returning as the Official TV of Call of Duty, a top-selling video game franchise, and for the first time it is now the Official Soundbar of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III and Warzone 2.
According to TCL, the growing partnership showcases how it offers a fun home theater solution for gamers, with new TVs and sound bars that elevate the big-screen TV gaming experience. While Call of Duty is launching a new title, its direct sequel with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III will be its first in back-to-back years. TCL will once again be an official partner of Call of Duty: Next, an event on October 5, 2023 that previews what’s ahead for Call of Duty and gives fans a peek into Multiplayer, Zombies, Warzone, and more.
TCL points out that its Game Accelerator feature, which was added to 2023 TV models enhances the performance of the products to improve the gaming experience. Driving the TVs’ gaming performance are technologies that include AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and up to 240 VRR. The company notes the developers behind Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III set out to produce an immersive war game experience and its Q Class TVs and soundbars are helping to support the experiences the gaming franchise envisions.
“TCL has a long history with Call of Duty so we’re very excited to strengthen our long-standing commitment to gamers and the Call of Duty community,” comments Chris Hamdorf, senior vice president, TCL.
“TCL became the Official TV of Call of Duty Esports in 2018 to highlight the big-screen responsiveness of our TV lineup and since then, we have continued to add next-generation gaming capabilities to our televisions. Features like TCL’s exclusive Game Accelerator for lightning fast-action response out of the box provide the ultimate experience for gamers of all calibers.”
TCL Participants in “Call of Duty” Event
TCL has also announced that it is an official partner of the Call of Duty: Next event. Previewing the future of the Call of Duty franchise, top content creators will be among the first to play the game and showcase Modern Warfare III Multiplayer and what’s coming to Call of Duty: Warzone to their global audiences. Within the TCL Power Hour segment, fans watching at home will have a chance to win a 65-inch TCL Q7 QLED Smart TV.
“The Call of Duty franchise has grown exponentially since we started working with TCL five years ago and we’re thrilled to keep the relationship going as we launch Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III,” says Will Gahagan, senior director of global partnerships & integrated marketing, Activision.
“Call of Duty immerses gamers in a life-like world, and TCL understands how to deliver the responsiveness, picture fidelity, and sound quality that players demand.”
The TCL Q Class QLED TVs bring high levels of image quality to Call of Duty and other video games through their 4k resolutions, incredible depth and smooth 120Hz native refresh rates on step-up models. TCL emphasizes that it introduced Game Accelerator into the Q Class lineup earlier this year, which builds on Variable Fresh Rate (VRR) to eliminate screen tearing, and Auto Game Mode (ALLM) to automatically enable game mode with low input lag for improved gaming performance.
The TCL Q7 and QM8 models add Game Accelerator 240, which is designed to deliver refresh rates up to 144Hz gaming at full 4K resolution. Additionally, TCL’s new Game Bar lets gamers keep an eye on critical information while they play, including Frame Rate, HDR status, VRR status, Target Assist, and more. TCL’s range topping Q7 and QM8 also support AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, enabling synchronized display output and variable refresh rates for smooth, stutter free gaming that will help players remain at the top of the leaderboard.
Gaming advancements can also be found in TCL’s Q Class soundbar lineup, including wireless subwoofers, and premium designs to complement any TCL TV. These soundbars also feature DTS Virtual:X to deliver surround sound so players can hear and react to what’s happening above, beside, or behind them, immersing them further into their gameplay.