5 Best Monitors For Call Of Duty On The PS5

This guide is for you if you own the latest Call of Duty game and you’re looking at getting a monitor that can display the best for the spec of your new beast of a machine.

To do that you’ll want a monitor that can handle 8k and go up to 120 fps however Sony have created this machine to future proof the console and there’s not really many, if any, monitors of this spec in todays current market.

That doesn’t mean that we can’t show you off some monitors that can get the best out for your experience on Call of Duty on the PS5.

We hope in this guide that you really find the perfect monitor for you to power up and game. There’s a few options also suiting a wide variety of budgets.


1 – AOC C27G1 27″ Curved Frameless Gaming Monitor



Specification

  • Panel size – 27 inches
  • Panel type – VA
  • Resolution – 1920 x 1080
  • Response time – 1 ms
  • Refresh rate – 144 hz

This monitor is literally made for FPS games like Call of Duty. The 1ms response time is a big part of winning gun fights by refreshing every single millisecond. Never underestimate how big of a factor this is in shoot em ups.

Freesync technology built into the monitor. This is basically a modern technology to prevent screen tear so the user experience on this monitor will flow freely frame to frame.

27 inches is in my personally opinion the perfect size. I’ve gamed on 22 and 24 inch monitors and they felt good but I just find 27 inches to be the optimal point when playing games that require a high level of focus in terms of being able to zone in to the screen but everything being displayed big enough for you to clearly see on the monitor. I’ve gamed on a 32 inch monitor before and it just felt way too big.

I’m a big fan of curved monitors. It does genuinely allow you to see more of what’s ahead which I find vital in FPS games like Call of Duty so to have this feature on this monitor along with the spec it works perfectly in line with what’s required for a decent gaming monitor for COD.


Pros

  • 3 sided frameless monitor looks stunning
  • Spec is literally spot on for Call of Duty
  • Highly adjustable ergonomic stand

Cons

  • Some people aren’t a fan of curved monitors
  • Some want to future proof with a 4k monitor
  • Due to the spec it isn’t the cheapest screen


2 – BenQ GL2480 24″ Gaming Monitor



Specification

  • Panel size – 24 inches
  • Panel type – TN
  • Resolution – 1920 x 1080
  • Response time – 1 ms
  • Refresh rate – 75hz

So this monitor is definitely a step down from our top pick there’s no two ways about it.

The reason we’ve implemented this monitors into our guide is the spec on this screen is still for Call of Duty with the quick response time, high refresh rate and the decent size and resolution.

So what you’re effectively getting with this monitor is a much cheaper monitor in price that will work well for COD but just not as sharp as our top pick.

If you’re on a lower budget then this is definitely the monitor for you.


Pros

  • Cable management compartment in stand
  • Zero flicker technology works brilliantly
  • 1ms response time which is important for COD

Cons

  • Some gamers found 24″ a bit too small
  • No built in speakers
  • Only single HDMI port


3 – ViewSonic VX2758-P-MHD 27 Inch Frameless Gaming Monitor



Specification

  • Panel size – 27 inches
  • Panel type – TN
  • Resolution – 1920 x 1080
  • Response time – 1 ms
  • Refresh rate – 144 hz

This monitor is a very high spec piece of equipment that wasn’t far off grabbing our top spot.

The reason is it didn’t quite get it is because it’s not curved. We personally prefer curved monitors however if you’re looking for the best current spec for playing Call of Duty on next gen consoles and you don’t like curved monitors then this is spot on for you.

It’s those same factors again that makes these monitors fit for purpose which is the size, resolution, response time and refresh rate.

This monitor has some other cool features like the fact that it’s frameless and has some decent sounding speakers built in.


Pros

  • Freesync technology works well
  • The brightness on this monitor was amazing
  • Long 3 year manufacturers warranty

Cons

  • To mount vertically you’ll require a separate mount
  • Tilt only ergonomics on the stand
  • Assembly not the quickest or easiest


4 – Sceptre C275W-1920RN 27″ Curved Gaming Monitor



Specification

  • Panel size – 27 inches
  • Panel type – LED
  • Resolution – 1920 x 1080
  • Response time – 8 ms
  • Refresh rate – 75 hz

So you can clearly see from the table above that this spec isn’t the best.

The reason this monitor has been added in to the guide is so you have a budget curved monitor option.

The response time is slower and the refresh rate isn’t the best but that can’t take away from the fact this is a decent sized curved gaming monitor that won’t set you back a huge amount of cash.

The fact that this monitor has a “FPS” pre set on it is just further proof that this monitor is literally made for console shooting games.

If you’re looking for a decent all round spec on a monitor and being curved is a must for you then we strongly advise this bit of kit here.


Pros

  • Decent built in speakers
  • Frameless design
  • Curved feature which is important for FPS games

Cons

  • 1 year warranty which isn’t the longest
  • Stand can only tilt backwards and forwards
  • No remote included


5 – Acer SB220Q 21.5″ Gaming Monitor



Specification

  • Panel size – 21.5 inches
  • Panel type – LCD
  • Resolution – 1920 x 1080
  • Response time – 4 ms
  • Refresh rate – 75 hz

You guessed it! this one is for those of you who are fans of smaller monitors.

Just 21.5 inches in size which dependant on personal preference this is better for some gamers than a 27 inch monitor so we had to throw in one of these for you guys.

Decent resolution mixed with a fast response time and a good refresh rate makes this monitor a strong contender especially as it’s far from the most expensive monitor on the current market.

If you like smaller flat monitors then this is the one for you.


Pros

  • 4 directional tilting stand
  • Frameless design
  • Only .24 inches thick which looks very smart

Cons

  • No black equaliser feature
  • No freesync technology
  • No built in speakers


Conclusion

So there you have it! Our guide on what we regard as the best monitors for playing Call of Duty on the Playstation 5.

We’ve implemented monitors into our guide that cover an array of different things from a variety of budgets to having certain features like being a curved monitor or built in speakers.

There’s something in there for everyone so we hope you found the right monitor for you.

Our top pick really is such a nice bit of kit though isn’t it? It’s literally got everything that a COD gamer desires.

We hope you enjoy your new monitor if you grab one. You can then get your COD grind on!