Battlefield 4 beta for the PC is already underway, and if you’re already done with admiring the amazing graphics delivered by the powerful Frostbite 3.0 engine, you need to make room for some more praise.
This is because according to Frostbite Tech director Johan Anderson, not all graphic options are correctly available, tweaked, or properly functioning. He also later on confirmed during his tweet-fest that the retail version of the game will actually look better and have improved performance as compared to the beta, which already is visually outstanding.
He also clarified that the downsampling and upsampling features will make it to the final version of the game, in reply to a question about them by one of the testers. More importantly, he also reminded all PC users to use the latest AMD and Nvidia drivers for running the beta and the retail version of the game for best performance.
The beta is already giving us a hint of what to expect from the game when it releases this month, and by the looks of it Battlefield 4 is headed in the right direction.
The game goes live on October 29 for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions are also expected sometime after the release of the consoles.