I’ve got to admit, Battlefield 4 does look pretty damn good. After all, Rihanna wouldn’t allow her track in any old game, would she? DICE has released the stats you PC gamers have been waiting for, in order to get that game running at optimum frames per second. Just try not to play it on Windows 7 if you can.
Not too bad, right? Those minimum specifications won’t require you to steal a Borg cube, but it’s the insistence on Windows 8 that I’m curious about. All those extra textures and explosions are certainly going to eat up a chunk of your hard drive space though, clocking in at a whopping 30 gigs of data.
Battlefield 4 is out later this year on other platforms as well, which will require you to install the disc by hand and then press a button to start playing automatically. Taxing stuff on consoles, really it is.
Last Updated: September 10, 2013