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Battlefield Hardline Ultra vs Low Comparison

Battlefield Hardline Ultra vs Low Comparison

Battlefield Hardline system requirements released

Battlefield Hardline Ultra vs Low Comparison

 

Battlefield: Hardline, Ultra versus Low Comparison Screenshots. How much detail is lost moving from the highest to the lowest graphical settings.

Moving from Ultra setting to Low setting no doubt will yield a massive boost in framerate, but if you look closely at the images below you will see that the differences may not have been as night and day as you first thought, at least in some situations.

The top screenshots are taken with Battlefield Hardline at Ultra Game setting and the image below it is from the exact same scene in low in-game settings.

 

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As we can see in the Screenshots above you can see that in some of the screenshots that the differences are not exactly night and day. The largest differences seem to be in shadows, textures and particle affects. For more in depth analysis I advise you to look at the original screenshots at dsogaming as they are of a higher resolution than the screenshots we have here. 

Undoubtedly the game looks great at both low and ultra game settings, which is great for those who use use low to mid-end PCs.

 

You can join the discussion on Battlefield: Hardline's Low to Ultro Screenshot showdown on the OC3D Forums.

 

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Most Recent Comments

23-03-2015, 09:47:49

WYP
I want to have the opinion of you guys on this. I would like the site to deliver more graphical comparisons, benchmarking/ testing on popular games like this on release.

Is this the type of content that you guys would be interested in watching or reading?Quote

23-03-2015, 09:51:45

SuB
First question, did they actually reload the game, or just change settings, come back to game and screenshot? because... there is so little difference it would lead me to believe it's not loaded in the lower settings assets..

I'm still refusing to buy this DLC Quote

23-03-2015, 09:53:47

stampedeadam
The only obvious difference to me is the lack of antialiasing in the "Low" detail settings. I would be happy playing either tbh.Quote

23-03-2015, 14:54:53

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by SuB View Post
First question, did they actually reload the game, or just change settings, come back to game and screenshot? because... there is so little difference it would lead me to believe it's not loaded in the lower settings assets..

I'm still refusing to buy this DLC
I cannot say exactly what DSO Gaming's methods were as they failed to clarify this in their article.

I'll be honest and say that with this I was testing the waters before I try to convince Tom to get us to do more performance and graphical tests on newly released PC games.Quote

23-03-2015, 15:24:28

ShaunB-91
I'd say only do comprisons from our own system. But nay, I don't think we need it.

SUBBY BUY IT. I have to snipe you Quote
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