Star Wars Battlefront PC Performance Analysis – Well Optimized With AMD and NVIDIA
The obvious conclusion from this analysis is that the Titan X is fast in Star Wars Battlefront. But the less obvious is that perhaps the 980 Ti can performance nearly as well for not nearly as high a price. VRAM isn’t necessarily a limiting factor, so even 6GB from a 980 Ti would be more than sufficient.
But depending on just what settings you absolutely must have turned on, it can run rather quickly on nearly any kind of GPU, from the low-end to the very high-end. Just don’t expect to play at 4K on an R7 370 or a GTX 960. But you can still expect it to run quick if you’re willing to tone it done a bit.
It looks good, too, even at the medium preset. Endor is lush and full of activity that’s not directly the cause of the conflict you’re a part of, and it’s a rather interesting and fun level to play. But take the time to look around, and it’s actually quite fantastic looking, and a testament to the versatility of the Frostbite engine. It might not be on the absolute cutting edge, but it still looks good.
What kind of GPU should you get? The one that your budget can afford. But really, AMD and NVIDIA are both great, and so your personal preference is all the deciding factor you need, aside from your budget.