Battlefield: Hardline – PC Will Sport Higher Quality Visuals Than Current-Gen Console Versions

Visceral Games’ Gameplay Systems Producer, Mike Glosecki, has revealed that the PC version of Battlefield: Hardline will feature higher quality visuals than those found on the current-gen console versions.

As Glosecki said, PC gamers will be able to enjoy higher quality textures, higher quality texture filtering, higher amounts of anti-aliasing, and will be able to adjust their Field of View.

“You can also use much higher graphic settings on PC – which you gives you the best texture filtering, texture quality, and anti-aliasing in addition to other benefits. You can adjust your field of view or run higher than 60 FPS if you choose. You can even play with a three monitor setup for an immersive experience. Lastly, you get to use a mouse and keyboard which gives you the best control setup for a first person shooter.”

Battlefield: Hardline releases on March 17th, and Visceral Games also claimed that stability has been one of the most crucial things its been focusing on. In short, Visceral and EA want to avoid what happened with Battlefield 4, and from what we’ve seen, they won’t have any trouble achieving that.


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