Here are 16 minutes of gameplay footage from Battlefield 5 with real-time ray tracing enabled

YouTube’s ‘SkilledRebuilds’ has shared a video, showing 16 minutes of gameplay footage from the Gamescom 2018 build of Battlefield 5. In this video, real-time ray tracing was enabled and the game was running on a single RTX 2080Ti graphics card.

Unfortunately, though, there is a lot of compression in this video and it will be hard to see all the benefits that real-time ray tracing introduces. Not only that, but you will definitely notice some stutters that occur during this gameplay session (hopefully DICE will be able to fix them prior to the game’s launch).

This video also shows, for the first time, the Rotterdam map. Electronic Arts was planning to lift the embargo on Battlefield 5’s Gamescom 2018 coverage today however it decided to postpone it after a mass shooting at a Madden NFL 19 esports tournament.

DICE has claimed that Battlefield 5 runs with 60fps at 1080p when real-time ray tracing is enabled on NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 2080Ti and this footage confirms that.

Do note that SkilledRebuilds has upscaled the video for 4K. The game was running at 1080p and not in 4K.

Enjoy!

UPDATE:

The video belonged to PC Master Race Latinoamérica, so we’ve included below the video from its original source!

Battlefield V [1080p/Max Settings @ RTX 2080 Ti] [RTX Ray Tracing On] [Rotterdam Map]

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