Nvidia has released 4K 60FPS footage of Titanfall 2 at max settings

Nvidia has released 4K 60FPS footage of Titanfall 2 at max settings

Nvidia has released 4K 60FPS footage of Titanfall 2 at max settings

Nvidia has released 4K 60FPS footage of Titanfall 2 at max settings

 
Nvidia has released 4K 60FPS footage of Titanfall 2 at maximum in-game settings and has released their own recommended GPU requirements for the game. 
 
Right now, Nvidia is recommending a GTX 660 to play Titanfall 2 at a resolution of 900p, a GTX 1060 for 1080p gameplay and a GTX 1080 for 4K gameplay, with each configuration giving an average framerate of over 60FPS. Graphs detailing Respawn's internal performance testing results can be found on their PC Specifications webpage here.   
 
It has also been confirmed that Titanfall 2 will have support for 21:9 aspect ratios, a field of view options and Surround/Eyefinity support at launch. Titanfall 2 will also support dynamic screens resolution (DSR) to increase of decrease the game's  internal resolution in order to lower graphical detail to achieve a stable 60+FPS framerate or increase the game's internal resolution when you have excess GPU horsepower.
 
 
 
Titanfall 2 will release on PC, Xbox One and PS4 on October 28th.  
 
 
 

  

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19-10-2016, 13:24:32

SuB
I'm sorry.. what.. a 660.. then jumps to a 1060? that's... a 3 generation jump?
Edit: Also.. I don't think the video looked all that great? That just me?Quote

19-10-2016, 14:07:38

Kaapstad
I don't think it looks that good either and that was @2160p.Quote

19-10-2016, 14:25:49

Chrazey
Personally, I think it looks like a rather fun game. But then I do like machine games like this etc

Although I do agree with you guys above... After only have been playing Battlefield 3 and 4, for the past years, anything else looks a bit funky. But this game reminded me a lot of Battlefield 2142. From the first aircraft explosion in the beginning of the trailer etc and the parts falling down.

This game from 2016 looks a lot like the explosions etc from Battlefield 2142, which is a game from around October 2006.
You'd think it would look a little bit better than a game that is 10 years old today.

This is just my view on it.Quote

19-10-2016, 16:16:08

WillSK
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Personally, I think it looks like a rather fun game. But then I do like machine games like this etc

Although I do agree with you guys above... After only have been playing Battlefield 3 and 4, for the past years, anything else looks a bit funky. But this game reminded me a lot of Battlefield 2142. From the first aircraft explosion in the beginning of the trailer etc and the parts falling down.

This game from 2016 looks a lot like the explosions etc from Battlefield 2142, which is a game from around October 2006.
You'd think it would look a little bit better than a game that is 10 years old today.

This is just my view on it.
I was gonna say about the explosions too! that ship at the beginning is not what I would expect in 2016 from a AAA game although I have to say I did really enjoy titan fall!Quote

19-10-2016, 16:22:02

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Personally, I think it looks like a rather fun game. But then I do like machine games like this etc

Although I do agree with you guys above... After only have been playing Battlefield 3 and 4, for the past years, anything else looks a bit funky. But this game reminded me a lot of Battlefield 2142. From the first aircraft explosion in the beginning of the trailer etc and the parts falling down.

This game from 2016 looks a lot like the explosions etc from Battlefield 2142, which is a game from around October 2006.
You'd think it would look a little bit better than a game that is 10 years old today.

This is just my view on it.
Hit it on the head bud, I was thinking 2142 as well Quote
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