Battlefield 1 Looks Absolutely Phenomenal In Widescreen At 3440 x 1440 Resolution

Frostbite Engine is a technical marvel.

Posted By | On 10th, Jul. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

Battlefield 1

DICE have always wrought wonders when it comes to graphics and technology- they may be one of the most talented studios around on that front. So it should come as no surprise to just about anybody that the upcoming Battlefield 1 also looks absolutely stunning- it is amazing just how much performance DICE are able to extract from the current generation of consoles.

But as great as the game looks on the PS4 and Xbox One, it looks even better on PC- and indeed, to get a full idea of just what DICE have been able to engineer with the Frostbite engine, one needs to see the game performing on PC. This video that you can see below, for instance, shows the game running in widescreen in a 3440 x 1440 resolution, and it looks flabbergastingly good.

Of course, to run your copy of the game at these resolutions will probably require you to sell an arm and a leg to be able to afford the highest end PC build possible, but honestly, I’m starting to think that that may be worth it after all. Battlefield 1 launches this October on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Thanks, Youtuber Berdu.

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  • Jonathan George Anaya

    Too Bad the PS4 Neo still uses a Tablet CPU… Sony now built a console with 2012 Innards for the year 2016! #StillWaitingforGreatHardware

    • BelAirBoss

      Don’t you have anything better to do?

    • Captain_Tom

      LMAO. Their are i7’s in tablets too m0r0n.

    • Mr Xrat

      You’re gonna be waiting 18 months for hardware on a game that likely won’t get patched for it. Loser. 🙂

    • Fay_Z

      its cool, i’ll buy it for scorpio


    I just want the optimization they have in BF4 to carry right over to BF1!!! Being able to jump right into a game today and have an enjoyable experience with an exotic PC is merely a dream. Seems as if they need a “reason” to support specific hardware.

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