Battlefield 5 - Ultra vs Medium vs Low 4k PC Graphics Comparison
Battlefield 5 is yet another visual triumph, especially on PC in 4k. But how does the game shape up on Ultra, Medium and Low presets? Take a look at our new PixelPerfect video comparison to find out!.
Developer DICE has once again delivered a visual treat with their recent shooter Battlefield 5, which pushes the Frostbite 3 engine even further - especially at the 4k resolution. Textures are crisp, and even performance is impressive with a GTX 1080Ti, which barely goes below the 60 FPS mark. Of course not everyone is going to have a high end machine though, so we've put together another 4k graphics comparison test on our PixelPerfect channel to compare the Low, Medium and Ultra presets to see what the various differences are on each one. While not perfect, the game does manage to run at a stable framerate and should be compatible with a variety of setups. Though we'd suggest meeting the recommended requirements at least.
Battlefield 5 - 4k PC Graphics Comparison
Battlefield 5: Graphics Comparison Ultra vs Medium vs Low | PC | 4K UHD
Note: PixelPerfect takes care when creating the clips to ensure there is no loss in image quality. For the Video Editing the professionals at Caseking are responsible.
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Hardware used for the Graphics Comparison
- Intel Core i7-7700 CPU @ 4.20 GHz
- 16 GB RAM (DDR4)
- Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founder's Edition
- GeForce Game Ready Driver 417.01
- Mainboard ASRock Z270 Pro4
- Windows 10 Home (64 Bit)