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Things are starting to get exciting around here.

We know the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are coming in November, but first we've got three of our next-gen launch window titles that hit stores well before that for the PS3 and Xbox 360.
Source http://www.ea.com/news/playing-the-best-of-this-generation

So here we are, the start of beta is slated to begin October 1st.
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I've had this sitting in my origin taunting me for some time now. can't wait to giver a try! thumb.gif
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Benchmark time!
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Oh Lordy.

I'm guessing a 7950 isn't going to be enough for this beast, is it? frown.gif
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Granted this probably won't be optimized but at least we will get some rough numbers on how this runs with our PC configs.
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i'm ready to rape this game
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Glad I switched to Arma from Battlefield and don't have to put up with EA's ***** on it anymore
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Glad I switched to Arma from Battlefield and don't have to put up with EA's ***** on it anymore

You seem pretty salty from what I can see.

like the guy who purposely finds himself in front of his ex with his new girl, just to show her how much he never thinks of her anymore.

You obviously still got the feels brah.
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What I don't get is the point of making personally-directed comments on a topic that is not related to me personally.

Battlefield 2 was at one point my favorite PC game. The franchise has since been degraded significantly (not going to get into a debate about this) along with a few other franchises I really liked like the original Crysis.

I mostly blame EA's approach to games they publish / own / significantly influence the development of.


Anyway, although I really like Arma a lot so far, even though it is still getting started in terms of content creation, I am still very sour about Battlefield, Crysis, EA, the mainstream gaming industry in general, etc. etc. I don't miss Battlefield 3 or the constant Battlefield 4 frustrations (console BF vs. original BF) at all, but I do miss when good games were made by big publishers. (Again, this is my opinion.)
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What I don't get is the point of making personally-directed comments on a topic that is not related to me personally.

Battlefield 2 was at one point my favorite PC game. The franchise has since been degraded significantly (not going to get into a debate about this) along with a few other franchises I really liked like the original Crysis.

I mostly blame EA's approach to games they publish / own / significantly influence the development of.


Anyway, although I really like Arma a lot so far, even though it is still getting started in terms of content creation, I am still very sour about Battlefield, Crysis, EA, the mainstream gaming industry in general, etc. etc. I don't miss Battlefield 3 or the constant Battlefield 4 frustrations (console BF vs. original BF) at all, but I do miss when good games were made by big publishers. (Again, this is my opinion.)


This article isn't even really about Battlefield specifically so your comment about being glad about switching to ArmA is just as out of place. xD

This just seems like a really smart move for any company to make. It makes the transition to the next gen that much easier and the sooner we phase out the current generation of consoles, the sooner developers won't have to worry about developing for such out-dated and massively different architecture. biggrin.gif
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