If you have observed the trailer or gameplay footage for Battlefield four, possibilities are you already know it is either operating on PCs or on next-gen hardware because the PS3 and Xbox 360 basically can’t look that beautiful.
It is easy to assume that it was, in truth, running on a high-end Computer and you are ideal! Chip maker AMD has announced that the BF4 demo was powered the AMD Radeon HD 7990 ‘Malta’ video card, which the corporation claims can also be “the world’s fastest video card.”
Here’s what AMD had to say (via LegitReviews):
AMD and EA DICE are proud partners in gaming, with a recent history that includes the award-winning Battlefield 3 in 2011. That relationship continues today with the world’s first public demonstration of Battlefield 4, powered by the AMD Radeon HD 7990—the world’s fastest graphics card! Today’s unveiling not only demonstrates the commitment EA DICE makes to state-of-the-art PC graphics, it stands as further proof that the critically-acclaimed Graphics Core Next architecture in the AMD Radeon HD 7000 Series is the best choice for truly advanced PC games.
Yep, you’ll be able to now safely assume that Battlefield four might be an AMD title.
It confirms that Shanghai – and in turn, China – will probably be a a part of Battlefield four. This adds credence for the rumors that one particular with the playable factions in BF4 might be China, in conjunction with allegedly U.S. and Russia.
For all those who didn’t purchase Medal of Honor Warfighter but nevertheless wants to have into the Battlefield 4 Beta, you’re in luck! As DICE has confirmed that BF3 Premium members WILL get access to it.
In other BF4 news, EA has ultimately officially confirmed that Battlefield four will be out there around the PS4.
Over on Polygon, an EA official has confirmed that whilst the PS4 isn’t currently listed around the official pre-order web page, it is actually scheduled to come out on Sony’s upcoming next-gen platform, too.
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