One of the biggest game releases of the year has to be Battlefield 4, that combat immersive game that is about to blow you from your socks. After waiting way too long (the EU got a later release date then the USA once again) before the game to be unlocked we wanted bring you guys one of our traditional graphics performance articles. As such we'll take a dozen or so of the latest graphics cards and have a look at DX11 performance them. With Origin (that Steam like distribution platform) you are forced to connect to the launcher with the help of a web browser, it is somewhat inconvenient, sometimes laggy, can make browsers crash as we experienced and sure, sometimes even is irritating.
Battlefield 4 (also known as BF4) is a first-person shooter video game developed by EA Digital Illusions CE (DICE) and published by Electronic Arts. The game is a sequel to 2011's Battlefield 3. The game was released on October 29, 2013 in North America and will be released on October 31, 2013 in Australia and Japan, and November 1, 2013 in Europe and New Zealand. That said, there's very little we can complain when it comes to the actual game itself of course, if you like the genre then you are going to love the DX11 version of the game. The graphics are good and once you've gone PC, you'll laugh at your console (well at least we hope). But yeah, if you are into military shooters have a peek at the graphics performance first if you like eye-candy of course.
In this article we take a little less than 30 DX11 class graphics cards and put them to the test with Battlefield 4. You being a PC gamer we'll seek the sweet spot in game configuration and then have a look at performance versus many monitor resolutions, including Ultra High Definition thus gaming in 4K. We'll also have a peek at single and Multi-GPU behavior with FACT for both AMD and NVIDIA to see where they are with this title versus frame pacing. Next to that we'll load up the article with lots of screenshots and obviously also measure image quality settings and graphics memory usage measured through four resolutions. We have a lot to talk about, so let's get started my man.
Um did the subtitles just really say Intel better be fracking worth it ? ;)
Battlefield 4 VGA graphics performance benchmark review We benchmark test and review Battlefield 4, include FCAT frametime results and have a look at Ultra HD gaming as well. Join us in this article where close to 30 graphics cards are being tested with the new Battlefield 4.
Battlefield 3 VGA and CPU performance benchmark test After waiting way too long before the game to be unlocked we wanted bring you guys one of our traditional graphics and processor performance articles. As such we'll take a card or ten today and have a look at DX11 performance with the newest graphics cards. We'll also show you the performance differential with a couple of different processors.
Electronic Arts Battlefield 2 The award-winning Battlefield franchise invades the high tech frontlines of modern warfare in this sequel, Battlefield 2. The game brings the intensity and excitement of Battlefield 1942 into the modern era with enhanced team play and the latest, most technologically advanced vehicles and weapons systems available to man. In Battlefield 2, players will choose to fight for one of three military superpowers: the United States, the Chinese, or the Middle East Coalition. Armed with the latest modern weaponry, players can take control of any of the game's 30+ vehicles to engage in major conflicts with over 100 players in some of the largest online battles on the PC. Additionally, persistent character growth allows players to rise through the ranks and attain the ultimate rank of General. An improved game engine and physics system brings the modern battlefield to life like never before.
Battlefield 1942 - Electronic Arts Battlefield 1942 is one of those games. While the publicity is pretty much over and people have already been fragging others for months, it just does NOT get old. What makes this game so addictive? Multiple vehicles? Tons of players? Nice multiplayer goals? Realistic maps? Combine all those into one game, albeit with one of the most horrid single player scenarios in history, and you have Battlefield 1942.