The Alpha of Battlefield 1 continues to run, the NDA probably gives EA the right to cremate the place of residence of the player who betrays anything, and yet leaks, gameplay shots and Co. sprout up like mushrooms in the rain. Now a benchmark video has surfaced that brings good news for those who do not necessarily want to bank robbery or hire NASA to play Battlefield 1 in ultra-high detail: despite more dynamics, better looks, more destruction and more. you will not have to make any visual compromises if you are using reasonably current hardware.
It was played with an i5 4690 processor, a GTX 980 Ti MSI Gaming 6G @ stock (1380 Mhz) and 2 x 4GB DDR3 RAM under Windows 10 with DirectX 12. (Incidentally – not surprisingly … – of course.) 64 man on the server, rain and a resolution of 2880 x 1620 have resulted in the result for most 80 frames per second; In hard battles with lots of action, the frame rate dropped to about 60 frames per second. If you want to play with a more normal resolution, you should not have any problems even with weaker hardware. The reports that the requirements will be similar to those of Star Wars Battlefront are correct, given the alpha data.
By the way: In general, we try to keep alpha-leaks out and not to worry about reporting that Leaker feels affirmed. At the same time, of course, we do not want to hide from fans and fans interested in Battlefield 1 exciting news that will pop up either way sooner or later.