Battlefield 5 To Come Free With New NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180
NVIDIA fans will be delighted with the good news from DICE and its much-preferred GPU manufacturer. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 will arrive with free Battlefield 5, as EA and DICE favored NVIDIA than AMD.
PC Games stated in its article that the announcement tells that the franchise moved from Radeon to GeForce. NVIDIA already selected some of its own engineers in place and are already working with the Battlefield 5 devs at DICE.
It is also worth mentioning that NVIDIA stated that there will be day zero Game Ready drivers available for PC version as it launches on October 19. Aside from that, the Santa Clara-based GPU manufacturer also stated that “working on integrating cutting-edge technologies, optimizing performance, and creating the definitive PC experience.”
Additionally, DICE’s fans already saw a whole lot of vegetation in the Battlefield 5 trailers. Possibly there’ll be some lovely Turf Effects plunged in there to surely cripple the frame rates except if the user has next-gen NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180, of course. Despite that there’ll be more damageable settings coincidentally with player-made battlements; it would really make sense for the physics power of NVIDIA’s Gameworks to bear with the Frostbite engine as well.
What DICE will turn out utilizing is still up for discussion. Nonetheless, there is a concern among the AMD Radeon gamers that the particular optimizations that DICE culminate in dropping into the PC will unfavorably shake the game’s performance on their systems. With the video game in the cards to be greatly enhanced for AMD GPUs for the gaming consoles, that’s improbable, particularly after the work the developers put in with Battlefield 1’s engine during the time that it was a Radeon title.
What can you say about the news that NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 will arrive with free Battlefield 5? Do you think it’s a wise decision that EA and DICE had made? Please share your thoughts with us in the comment section below!