The Numbers Prove Battlefield 1 Got Off to a Great Start
Article by George Norman
On 09 Nov 2016
EA Dice, the developer behind Battlefield 1, says that the game’s launch is the biggest in its history. The first-person shooter launched on October 21 and in just 1 week, all the Battlefield 1 players managed to put in an astonishing 59 million hours of gameplay.

The infographic below presents some more mind-boggling numbers which prove that Battlefield 1 is off to a great start and the biggest launch in EA Dice’s history.

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Via Battlefield News.

Battlefield 1 is available as a Standard, Deluxe, and Ultimate Edition for PC, Xbox One and PS4. If you want to buy the game, you’ll have to pay $59.99 for the Standard Edition, $79.99 for the Deluxe Edition, and $129.98 for the Ultimate Edition.

Before you go buy Battlefield 1, make sure your PC can handle it. Here are the game’s minimum and recommended system requirements.

Battlefield 1 – Minimum System Requirements
  • OS – 64-bit version of Windows 7, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10.
  • CPU – Intel Core i5 6600K or AMD FX-6350
  • GPU – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2GB or AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB.
  • RAM – 8GB RAM.
  • Storage – 50GB of free space.
  • Others – DirectX 11.0, internet connection.

Battlefield 1 – Recommended System Requirements
  • OS –64-bit version Windows 10.
  • CPU – Intel Core i7 4790 or AMD FX 8350 Wraith.
  • GPU – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB or AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB.
  • RAM – 16GB RAM.
  • Storage – 50GB of free space.
  • Others – Direct X 11.1, internet connection.

Playing Battlefield 1 with a GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card "will give you an average of 60 FPS during action-packed Battlefield 1 moments, at an excellent level of detail," said NVIDIA’s Andrew Burnes. Not top level of detail mind you. If you want higher resolution, detail levels and framerates, Burnes says to look at other 10-Series GeForce GTX graphics cards.




In related news…

Battlefield 1 is just one of many games that launched this October. Here are the others.

Oh, and you might also want to check out these Battlefield 1 Xbox One S bundles.




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