We have been talking a lot about AMD’s Mantle API over the past few days and how it will give a nice boost in performance to video game titles that take advantage of it. One such game is Battlefield 4 and according to AMD the Battlefield 4 demo at AMD’s GPU 14 event was running on a single AMD Radeon R9 290X at 5760 x 1080.
Frostbite 3 is capable of much more and will bring out the best once working with the latest Mantle API. The Frostbite 3 based Battlefield 4 will support NVIDIA’s NVAPI support just like the Battlefield 3. This support for both will allow for PC optimizations.
The recently held GPU 14 conference delivered quite a lot on the cued Battlefield 4 since there is a lot of anticipation among the much curious fans and a lot of questions still remain unanswered regarding the details of the latest much awaited Battlefield 4. There were rumors circling around that the Battlefield 4 will only be 64 bit and similar news was making its way through some sites on the web which were frequented by the fans of Battlefield. Dice revealed at this conference that no doubt the Battlefield 4 is going to support the 64 bit binaries as well as Direct X but this is going to bring along some fallback options in case of debunking that aforementioned reports.
Razer finally ends the wait with its release of the Battlefield 4 collector’s edition range which has been designed and built according to the demands of the pro gamers and promises to provide the unique and challenging experience of the gaming world. The new edition also contains the Razer BlackWidow Ultimate and the Razer BlackShark which are to be used with the Battlefield 4.
A new post on the Battlefield Blog lets us know some more information about the Battlefield 4 Beta. In the Beta you will be able to play the Siege of Shanghai map in Conquest Mode or Domination Mode. Battlefield 4 introduces new elements to the game like Levolution, Amphibious Assault, and much more. The Battlefield 4 Beta will open on October 1st, here is how you can get in…
DICE has officially revealed the PC requirements for Battlefield 4 on their Facebook page today. It looks like the game will run just fine on mid-range cards at 1080p resolution. Battlefield 4 is using the Frostbite 3 engine to deliver its powerful graphics. We have the system requirements listed below…
At Gamescom 2013 EA showcased their latest Battlefield 4 multiplayer map called Paracel Storm. Battlefield 4 is built from the ground up and powered by the new Frostbite 3 Engine and has powerful gameplay and multiplayer features that no other online shooter has to offer. EA has uploaded the full “Pacacel Storm” trailer to their YouTube, you can check it out below.
I has been widely reported that AMD will launch their next generation “Volcanic Islands” graphics cards in the 4th quarter of 2013. The 4th quarter of 2013 also happens to be when Battlefield 4 will be released, more specifically October 29th. AMD has purchased the rights to the game for marketing purposes, so it makes sense that AMD would launch their new cards right around the same time the game is released.
As many of you know Battlefield 4 will be coming out later this year, but like all games it will undergo alpha and beta testing to work out all of the bugs etc. While people who have bought Metal of Honor: Warfighter have been promised early access to the beta it looks like the game is currently in alpha stages from the screenshots that have been leaked.
Battlefield 4 has been officially announced on Battlefield’s Facebook Page. It will launch October 29th of this year. Of course I know most of you reading this will be getting it for the PC, but it will also be available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The Battlefield team has also revealed that the game will be made available for the recently announced Xbox One console as well. So expect to see that later down the line.