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Here's 15 minutes of Battlefield 5 running on an RTX 2080 Ti

Jarred Walton

Last week at Gamescom, Nvidia briefed us on its upcoming RTX 2080 / 2080 Ti, the Turing architecture, and what to expect from the next generation of graphics cards. As part of the event, we were also shown demos of multiple games running with RTX enabled effects. One of those games is Battlefield V, and we were allowed to capture live footage of the game. Unlike previous footage, we were playing the game this time, using ShadowPlay to record the session.

Battlefield 5 live gameplay with RTX effects enabled

A few disclaimers are in order. First, the settings were locked down, so other than running at 1080p with RTX effects, we can't say specifically what settings are used (likely maximum quality, but this is a work in progress so who knows what that means). FRAPS and other performance metrics were not allowed either, but in general the game appears to run at 50-60 fps averages, with periodic drops. This is an alpha preview of Battlefield 5 with RTX effects, however, so just because there are some framerate drops right now doesn't mea

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