Battlefield 5 was running at 1080p with “rock solid” 60fps with NVIDIA’s real-time ray tracing effects

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During a presentation at Gamescom 2018, DICE’s developers confirmed that Battlefield 5 was running with rock solid 60fps at 1080p with NVIDIA’s real-time ray tracing features enabled. This is perhaps the first game that runs at 60fps with NVIDIA’s real-time ray tracing effects as Shadow of the Tomb Raider had major performance issues and Metro Exodus targets 1080p/60fps for its final release.


As Christian  Holmquist, technical director at DICE, and Jonas Gammelholm, media editor at DICE, said:

“And we also saw some questions on the Internet before, reading some comments saying that ‘we are confused, the demo is running in slow-motion so how the game is running in real-time?’ And we are of course… it’s all fine. It’s 60fps, it’s rock solid.”

Later on, the developers said that they are positive that they can get Battlefield 5 with real-time ray tracing to feel super consistent at all times for the player.