Battlefield 1 PC Performance Review

Graphical Options and Settings

Battlefield 1 PC Performance Review

Graphical Options and Settings

The battlefield series has always offered PC gamers with a large variety of graphical options and settings, with the ability to easily select your field of view for both vehicles and infantry combat as well as adjust options like depth of field and other graphical options.

Below is a screenshot of Battlefield 1's basic graphical options menu, which gives players a lot of important gameplay-related settings, including the option to adjust the game's colour schemes for different types of colour blindness.   


Battlefield 1 PC Performance Review  

We will be testing Battlefield 1 using the game's basic Low, Medium, High and Ultra presets, as well as test the game using both DirectX 11 and DirectX 12.  

In the game, there are plenty of graphical options to change, from the game's lighting to particle effects to the game's shadows and undergrowth quality. Draw distances will remain the same regardless of settings, so these graphical options will not give players much in the way of a competitive advantage online.  

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Most Recent Comments

17-10-2016, 16:51:57

Im going with the latter. Reskin FTW!!Quote

17-10-2016, 18:47:58

Just out of curiosity, would VRAM consumption change between DX11 and DX12 if all settings are the same?Quote

18-10-2016, 07:58:32

More evidence that a game can look groundbreaking without being gpu breaking.

Developers take note.Quote

18-10-2016, 19:28:51

Nice review Mark and interesting to hear that it's better than BF4's launch, but would you say it's better than BF4's current state?Quote

19-10-2016, 09:53:59

There are reports of hugely excessive CPU load bugs... (Only in MP matches)
Like 90-100% CPU usage (Dropping GPU usages) on Beast Rigs, no matter what settings used...

CPU testings need to be done before I buy it...Quote

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