Developer reveals that requirements listed on GameStop's website are fake.
I knew it, when i red it on gamerzine
But yet gamingeverything.com trust “repi” on the Beyond3D forums!! "The point of this all is that you can’t always trust what you read unless it comes straight from a developer," This article is funny!
Yeah, I think we can trust him: http://twitter.com/repi Name Johan Andersson Bio Rendering Architect at DICE working on Frostbite, Battlefield 3 and future DICE/EA games.
Yeah, so where in his tweet does he say that they are fake? He also say's: "These are my personal views." repi says: "But highly recommend a quad core, just as with Bad Company 2."
Repi on Twitter is the same person as Repi on the Beyond3D forums... He's been talking about the game on there since it was announced: http://forum.beyond3d.com/s... http://forum.beyond3d.com/s... http://forum.beyond3d.com/s...
Who cares anyway the game is going need mass power to run that damn game. I guarantee those specs are close to the real thing!
Well, the requirements didn't indicate anything that one can't guess to begin with. I'll just wait till the beta rolls around.
Yes they are fake it's the same requirements that were posted almost two months ago on some Battlefield 3 blog, and that requirements were pure speculation anyway.
The recommended seemed fairly accurate (for what a developer would say). But I suppose they must be fake because the minimum doesn't say 8800GT or 9800GT like every other game :P As a word of warning, don't expect a 460 to run it maxed out at nice frame rates without input lag. Anyway, even proper published specs often have a lot of speculation or assumptions to them. CPU cores + speed, RAM quantity and GPU type are only small factors in performance. You might have a 2.8GHz quad core, 4GB of RAM and a beastly 580GTX - but the game could run poorly because of the motherboard (nForce boards from last generation...)
The motherboard? What?
you dont know shit buddy, that's a load of bollocks you're spewing.
what? do explain.
wao talk about making money off the ads .... 10+ adds for almost nothing of text ....lol
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