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    Battlefield 4 60 FPS

    I know that next gen consoles will run BF4 at 60FPS and have 64 players blah blah blah and I know the Ps3 version will be slightly dumbed down, so will the Ps3 version run at 30fps or will it be 60FPS? I have looked around the internet and I cant seem to find the answer... Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasu View Post
    I know that next gen consoles will run BF4 at 60FPS and have 64 players blah blah blah and I know the Ps3 version will be slightly dumbed down, so will the Ps3 version run at 30fps or will it be 60FPS? I have looked around the internet and I cant seem to find the answer... Thanks in advance
    360/PS3 is 30fps, 24 players. 720p (or below).

    PS4 is 60fps, 64 players. 900p (might be higher or lower according to DICE).


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    30 FPS and it will be beyond slightly dumbed down. Current gen versions will be really out of date. I recently read a article that said BF4 was build on PC and next gen consoles then scaled way down for current gen instead of being built for current gen then scaled up. I am a BF player and I can't wait for BF4 PS4!

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    If you're asking about the PS3 version then you got the wrong place, this belongs in the PS3 games section.

    I only know the PS4 version runs at 60 fps and 900p (upscaled to 1080p).


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    Quote Originally Posted by daLa View Post
    If you're asking about the PS3 version then you got the wrong place, this belongs in the PS3 games section.

    I only know the PS4 version runs at 60 fps and 900p (upscaled to 1080p).
    Haha yea i realized that after i posted so I just left it,whoops... Thanks for the answers guys, I was wondering because the SEN is having the $10 back after buying something $50 or more so i figured I would buy BF4 for PS3 and use the 10 bucks for the "upgrade" fee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasu View Post
    Haha yea i realized that after i posted so I just left it,whoops... Thanks for the answers guys, I was wondering because the SEN is having the $10 back after buying something $50 or more so i figured I would buy BF4 for PS3 and use the 10 bucks for the "upgrade" fee.
    No worries, and yeah if you can't wait for a couple weeks then go for it, btw you should be able to get an estimate on how it looks on the beta, might not be quite polished but it's a good guess. I'm a huge BF3 fan but I think I can sit on it for a couple weeks until the release.


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