For an open beta of the game, we're not going to be pinning down EA and DICE for the performance of Star Wars Battlefront. But we have to say we're impressed. Performance at 1080p on $200 video cards is impressive, thanks to the Frostbite 3 engine being nice and scalable.
If you're running a $100-$150 card, you can drop down to the Medium preset, where you can enjoy nearly double the framerate. Even with the $250-$400 cards, you might be gaming at 1440p or 4K so dropping to the Medium preset ensures you're getting over 60FPS.
The final version of Star Wars Battlefront should offer an additional 10-20% performance thanks to the final code being more optimized. But as it stands, we're looking at a game that not only looks great, but it runs beautifully, too.
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