Battlefield 4

Battlefield 4 (DirectX 11)

Battlefield 4 features an intense and character-driven single player campaign, fused with the strongest elements of multiplayer. Pilot vehicles, take advantage of the dynamic destructible environments and don't let your squad down.

Watch the new single player trailer above for a glimpse of the drama and perils Tombstone Squad has to face, trying to find its way back home.

Throw yourself into the all-out war of Battlefield 4's multiplayer. With support for 64 players and 7 unique game modes available on 10 vast maps, nothing compares to the scale and scope of Battlefield 4.

The AMD Radeon R9 295X2 8GB Graphics Card Review - Graphics Cards 27

The AMD Radeon R9 295X2 8GB Graphics Card Review - Graphics Cards 28

Our first set of results with Battlefield 4 at 2560×1440 indicate that the new R9 295X2 is faster than the GeForce GTX 780 Ti cards in SLI not only in terms of average performance (84 FPS vs 79 FPS) but also in smoothness! The Frame Times graph shows that for the first time in a long time, the Radeon multi-GPU experience is a bit better than that provided by SLI in our testing. You can see that in another form if you look at the Frame Variance graph – after the 90th percentile of frames rendered the R9 295X2 has about half the frame time variance as the GTX 780 Ti cards in SLI.


At 4K things change just a bit – both the R9 295X2 and SLI configured GTX 780 Ti's look pretty good in terms of consistent results though again the AMD Radeon card provides a better overall experience. There were also a few hiccups in the GeForce frame times – and these were consistent in our test runs in Battlefield 4, at least for our benchmark section. NVIDIA is looking into to clean this up, but for today this is how it stands.
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