Battlefield:Hardline Beta resolution is the same as Battlefield 4
Battlefield: Hardline It looks like EA and Visceral Games may not able to reach its target of 1080p for Battlefield: Hardline, going by recent r ...
It looks like EA and Visceral Games may not able to reach its target of 1080p for Battlefield: Hardline, going by recent reports from players. The game is currently in beta phase, so many are still hopeful that the final version of the game will be different. However, Digital Foundry has revealed that the newly released open beta version runs at 720 p on Xbox One and 900p on PlayStation 4 which is the same resolution found in Battlefield 4.
The game is still in beta phase though, so the resolution could change in the final version, which is slated to release on March 17th. But with recent comments from various sources, as well as the fact that the games current resolution matches that of Battlefield 4, could suggest that the final version of the game will not be any different. Battlefield: Hardline’s framerate is still targeted at 60fps, however, the game is not completely stable at this figure even with a lowered resolution. Digital Foundry has reported that framerates tend to dip in larger matches, similar to Battlefield 4.
Digital Foundry concluded their findings with the following statement: “The overall takeaway here is that the Hardline beta looks and feels very much like its predecessor, and we can’t shake the lingering sense that we should be seeing substantial improvements to both image quality and performance in a game launching over 15 months after its predecessor.”
While a lot can change between the current version of the game and the final release, with just a month left for games launch, it is unlikely that the developers will be making any major resolution changes. So players may just have to settle with a 720p resolution.