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Wednesday, 27 March 2013 21:50

Battlefield 4 gets an impressive 17 minutes gameplay trailer

Written by Slobodan Simic

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AMD Radeon HD 7990 powers BF4 demonstration

The demonstration of Battlefield 4, that Electronic Arts unveiled at GDC, was actually running on an AMD Radeon HD 7990 Malta graphics card.

As you may already know, EA/DICE have revealed a new 17 minute long Battlefield 4 trailer that certainly looks impressive and you can check it out after the break. Battlefield 4, based on the new FrostBite 3 game engine certainly looks impressive and is expected to go on sale this fall. It has already showed up for pre-order with a US $59.99 price tag. The pre-order also revealed that it will also be available for both Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, in addition to the PC, of course.

Just after the demonstration, AMD was quite keen to note that it has signed a partnership deal with EA/DICE and that, the world's fastest graphics card, the HD 7990 Malta (AMD's words, not ours) was actually the graphics card behind the demonstration of the Battlefield 4.

The partnership deal could also be a hint of the future AMD game bundle and it would certainly be a massive sale boost if AMD manages to secure Battlefield 4 for it.


Last modified on Thursday, 28 March 2013 08:38

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