Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by ShadowDuke, Dec 29, 2017.
Is there going to be proper Crossfire support in this game? Battlefield 1 never did support Crossfire. Since Battlefield 5 does not run very well on only a single GPU I am only buying this game if it has Crossfire support.
I wouldn't count on it if i was you, now that the game is nvidia sponsored.
The BFV demo ran fine on a single GPU, at least I was more than happy
Hmmz... this game is more montage friendly than BF1 I think:
What you mean to say is you found a new AEK.
Not bad Corrupt^, hey what FOV do play at, that looks pretty tight
Yeah... more arcade style games. Again you dropped a great vid of your gaming / skill, but honestly, it makes me cringe to read your first sentence and already know it's basically about an OP weapon
Wow, that is quite wide, I tried playing at 70 last night and I was able to see people well but it wall all a bit too close really
That's what she said last night
You tried playing bfv last night with a fov of 70? Or did you try BF1?
Are you guys gonna get origin access premier to play bf5 11 days early ? I reckon i will get it for 1 month just for that, and then cancel it and just get normal version of bf5 - from what i can read your progress gets carried through from one version to the other.
I remember using the free month of the Origin Access (or whatever it was called) to play BF1 early. With BF5 however, I will most likely only get it next year, or when there's a discount and probably only for the single player.
I'm not a fan of the premier thing, but the whole "game as a service" is a big scam imo. Paying full price for an unfinished game with the promise there will be more coming sometime down the road, yet if the game flops (and the probability is high with BF5), what's to say EA won't simply abandon it just like they did with SWBF2? So with that in mind, I think getting one month premier might actually be the wiser way to play and try this particular game.
I highly doubt that it will fail, and they haven't ever abandoned a battlefield game... the star wars games were both abandonned soon after launch. But sure, if you aren't certain that you will like the game, trying it with origin access is a smart way of doing it.
On another note, it has been confirmed that the MG42 will have 1000 rpm stock, with the option to upgrade it to 1200 rpm - music to my ears, as the absurdly high rpm is what made the weapon famous, so it would be so lame if they had castrated the mg42, like they did the mg34 rpm wise.
They've dropped a lot of games early, so there is indeed a track record and a good reason to believe they may do it again.
I'm still torn as I liked many parts of BF1 and I simply love the setting, but I'm not too keen about all this "you'll get it later" and I'm playing less and less multiplayer anyhow. Getting older, less time and so on. Bought the Premium pass for BF1 and never played a single map out of it...
GAMES PLAY BEST ON PC.
sorry the last bit triggered me.
The brief bit of airplane looked cool I guess.