Battlefield 1 PC Beta Supports DX12; Graphical Options Revealed
The Battlefield 1 PC beta that kicks off tomorrow, supports DirectX 12 (DX12), and has quite a number of graphical options that can be played with.
According to website Overclock3D, they were given the opportunity to give the game’s beta an early look, after which they posted the game’s graphical options.
The Battlefield 1 closed-alpha from several months ago also supported DX12, and like the open beta that kicks off tomorrow, the DX12 option is toggable for players. Additionally, beta players will be able to adjust the game’s texture quality (low, medium, high and ultra).
Furthermore there are options to adjust lighting quality, effects quality, texture filtering, post-process quality, mesh quality, terrain quality and undergrowth quality. According to Overclock3D, there are also options for FXAA and TAA, as well as SSAO and HBAO. No graphical options for MSAA seem to be included.
Other graphical options in the open beta include FOV sliders for On-Foot and In-Vehicle combat, alongside a large variety of colour blind options.
Earlier today, the early Access Time for the Open beta was revealed by EA Australia. If you’re interested in the weaponry that will be available in the open beta, check out this post right here.
Battlefield 1 was revealed back in May of this year, and the game’s reveal trailer has become insanely popular. Set in the trenches of World War 1, players will be able to fight in a besieged French city, the Italian Alps, and in the deserts of Arabia.
“The game will deliver a fresh experience full of what makes Battlefield great, with a multiplayer sandbox, immersion, epic scale, authenticity, team play and an ever-changing world full of unexpected Battlefield moments,“ said Aleksander Grøndal, Senior Producer, DICE following the game’s reveal. “We’re inviting players on an epic journey across a war-torn world, taking them to the Great War and providing something both varied and unique in Battlefield 1.
Battlefield 1 will release for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on October 21.
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