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 BF4 the new Sapphire Fury card splits the difference between the Fury X and the GTX 980 card while maintaining smooth and consistent frame times.
The same thing occurs in our 4K testing – the Sapphire Fury has fantastic performance that fits its pricing.
|Sapphire Tri-X R9 Fury 4GB, Average FPS Comparisons, Battlefield 4|
|NVIDIA GTX 980||AMD Fury X||AMD R9 290X|
This table presents the above data in a more basic way, focusing only on the average FPS, so keep that in mind. BF4 scales well with the new Fury GPU and we see only a 5-6% difference between it and the more expensive and rare Fury X card. The GTX 980 falls behind by 10-11% based on the frame rate and AMD's R9 290X is as much as 23% slower at 4K.
Our CrossFire results are presented only to give you an idea of R9 Fury scaling capability as we didn't have a chance to test a pair of GTX 980 cards in SLI for comparison yet.
Really impressive scaling in BF4 here with the new Fury, going from 59 FPS to about 110 FPS on average!
Running a pair of Fury cards enables 4K gaming in BF4 at Ultra settings, taking the average frame rate from 32 FPS up to 60 FPS!