DICE: Some ‘Console gamers have really no idea’ on what a modern PC is capable of

Posted By | On 19th, Jun. 2011 Under News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet


I dont know why but some PlayStation 3 fans are disappointed by the recent demonstration of Battlefield 3. According to us it looked pretty phenomenal and come on…you cant really expect it to out perform a full blown gaming PC.

Over at twitter somebody asked Johan Andersson, Rendering Architect at DICE working on Frostbite about what he thinks about PS3 owners who dont really understand game design:

@repi dont u love how PS3 fluffers dont really understand game design?I love their comments on the ps3 footage thinking it can be = pc

To which Johan replied:

yeah some console gamers have really no idea what they are playing on or what a modern PC is capable of

I think Johan makes a pretty valid point. I think console gamers need to realize that the PS3 is almost 5 years old and the 360 will be completing its sixth year soon. But then too, the game is looking pretty damn awesome on the PlayStation 3. Dont take our word for it. Check out the comparison video below:

PC version is on the left.

Need more Battlefield 3 information? Why not click here for our entire BF3 coverage!

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  • Hizar

    well, i myself got a PS3 but to make a caioormspn, try comparing to older consoles, that way you can say which one you want based on your opinions of older consolesPS3- remindes me alot of the Sega Saturn in concept (costs more, complicated, but HUGE potential)Xbox 360 remindes me of dreamcast in concept (cheaper, simpler, but maybe not quite as much potential, as in the future games on PS3 will look better as its more powerful)The Wii remindes me of .. well nothing really, its a totally new concept (which ***** in my opinion


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