The Battlefield Hardline open-beta runs at 720p on Xbox One and 900p on PS4, Digital Foundry has confirmed, but there is good news as well:
Well, the 720p/900p rendering set-ups for Xbox One and PS4 respectively are a genuine disappointment, but the good news is that performance has increased significantly since last year’s E3 beta, which often dipped below 40fps in taxing scenes.
The confirmation shouldn’t come as a surprise, especially after EA stating that Visceral Games is targeting same resolution as Battlefield 4 – a game which also ran at 720p on Xbox One and 900p on Playstation 4. As of this instant, it remains unclear whether the final product will also run at the same resolution or not, but seeing that there is only one month to go, I’d say it’s a possibility.
Last year, near E3 2014, Visceral Games confirmed that the PS4 version of the game will run at 1080p with 60 FPS and same settings were also confirmed for Xbox One after a week. I wonder what happened since then.
Battlefield Hardline is expected to hit the store shelves later next month on Mar. 20, 2015 for Microsoft Windows, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3.
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