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.
In Battlefield 4, the GTX Titan X is far and away the fastest single GPU graphics card on the market, blowing past both the GTX 980 and the R9 290X by 26% and 42%, respectively! The R9 295X2 on the other hand, as you'll see in many of our benchmarks, continues to be considerably faster than the TITAN X, even at a lower price. In our Frame Variance results though, the downside to having a dual-GPU requirement where the R9 295X2 shows consistently inconsistent results compared to the other options.
When we move up to 4K the results are very similar: the GTX Titan X is 31-45% faster than the GTX 980 and R9 290X, but it is also 26% slower than the R9 295X2 in average frame rate. But again, the frame variance and the spikes seen on the orange lines in the graphs above are a concern. Going past the 95th percentile of frame times the GTX Titan X doesn't even cross the 2ms line while the R9 295X2 hits 4-6ms and above.