While shooter and Star Wars fans might have a lot of stuff to complain about 2015’s Star Wars Battlefront by DICE, the graphics usually weren’t one of them; and Star Wars Battlefront II is no different. For those who want a more thorough look, the folks at Digital Foundry have just the thing! The channel has released a new video taking a look at the Star Wars Battlefront II PS4 Pro graphics and frame-rate.
According to the Battlefront II beta analysis, ultra HD will experience a dynamic resolution setup with 1440p as the native target. 2560x1440p is the highest value the Digital Foundry guys have seen in the beta, however there’s a catch, as the 1440p is only shown in the first 20 seconds of Starfighter Assault as the X-Wing flies into battle. Once the chaos on-screen starts, the resolution 2304x1296p is the most regular resolution in the four game modes available in the beta.
Check out the video to see the rest of the tech analysis, and how regular PS4 owners have also benefited from DICE’s technical know-how of its Frostbite game engine to maximize results.
In other Star Wars Battlefront II news, do check out what we think of the beta so far in our impressions piece, there’s also a bunch of stuff confirmed to be getting buffed and nerfed in the final game.
If you’re a PS4 Pro user, are you liking what you’ve seen of Star Wars Battlefront II so far? Remember, it’s still a beta, so some technical tweaks might be in for the game’s final version when it releases on November 17 on the PS4, Xbox One and PC.