I'm no FPS gamer, but that screen shot looks terrible. Please tell me that was a scan, or super compressed or something, because if that is the kind of quality we can expect then it is no wonder the game industry is having traction problems.
[citation][nom]CaedenV[/nom]I'm no FPS gamer, but that screen shot looks terrible. Please tell me that was a scan, or super compressed or something, because if that is the kind of quality we can expect then it is no wonder the game industry is having traction problems.[/citation]
Lets say they increase performance by 1/3, does that make the system requirements a 1/4 lower (3/3 + 1/3 = 4/3 = adding 1/3. 4/3 - 1/3 = 3/3 = subtracting 1/3 from 4/3 = subtracting a 1/4 if I'm right, it's late, don't judge me!) since they couldn't have seen the improvement coming? Or could that have been with something like this in mind, preparing the requirements for the change?
[citation][nom]geekapproved[/nom]What do they mean by BF3 Beta? Isn't the game coming out in a non-beta version? LOL WTF?[/citation]
You can't be serious. They're having a beta then releasing the full version.
Also, acting stupid =/= trolling, just in case this was an attempted troll.
[citation][nom]amk-aka-phantom[/nom]Oh, VERY helpful tool... like I didn't know this already. How about actually telling me what settings it will run on, like nVidia tool does for the existing games?[/citation]
it does say what settings. for a 560ti it says you can play at 1680x1050 on high settings. Read!!!!!!
Also I saw a couple people on here saying they will play it tomorrow. I just hope they know that if they don't have an early access key provided by buying MOH or digital pre-order they will not be able to play until the 29th when it opens for everyone. Makes me kinda wish I would have pre-ordered through origin instead of just getting a physical copy from gamestop, but what it two days. For anyone that doesn't know already, you will have to download origin client to get the multiplayer beta.