Star Wars Battlefront – PC Low vs. Ultra Video Graphics Comparison Showcases Great Visuals Even at Lowest Settings
Star Wars Battlefront is one of the most visually impressive titles to come out this holiday season, and no matter the platform of your choice, it’s really hard to find a more graphically rich shooter. The PC version is understandably head and shoulders above its console counterparts, especially on its highest settings and higher resolutions. The spectacular lighting that the latest iteration of the Frostbite engine brings to Battllefront, as well as to other EA titles such as Need for Speed, Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, Mass Effect Andromeda and more, adds an incredible level of realism, that has for the most part, been absent from games. Despite its incredible visual candy however, Star Wars Battlefront manages to deliver an incredibly smooth experience without requiring the most advanced GPU hardware. Regardless, the game looks quite impressive even at its lowest settings, giving users with relatively low spec hardware the chance to enjoy the game. Candyland has released a new video showcasing the visual differences between the Low and Ultra settings of Star Wars Battlefront, in both cutscenes and in gameplay. You can view the video comparison below.
Star Wars Battlefront looks visually impressive even at its lowest settings while delivering great performance
Digital Foundry’s analysis, even though noting that it’s still considered a work in progress, recognises some impressive results, with the i7 4790 coupled with the R9 290X, averaging at a more than adequate 80fps at 1080p.
Star Wars Battlefront will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 19, 2015. We will bring you any new information on Star Wars Battlefront as soon as it becomes available.