Holy cow, Battlefield 1’s efficiency patch actually does what it says on the tin – and doesn’t spectacularly break every part

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Battlefield 1 was patched on the finish of 2016 and – it’s actually good? This just isn’t the type of expertise we’ve come to anticipate from triple-A.

Battlefield 1 patch 1.05 is out now, and you must undoubtedly get it, as a result of it’s nice.

According to Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry, the patch offers vital efficiency enhancements on each the PS4 and Xbox One builds of Battlefield 1, and but someway doesn’t additionally make a ton of different issues clearly worse. Is it Christmas once more already?

As you may see within the side-by-side video above, on PS4, the post-patch Battlefield 1 holds to 60fps way more tightly even in demanding scenes. There are additionally far fewer streaming stutters. There’s no dramatic discount in dynamic decision, both, which might be the plain trade-off we’d anticipate with a lift like this.

Since Battlefield 1 was smoother on Xbox One to start with the patch’s results aren’t as dramatic, however there may be an uptick and, once more, there’s no main modifications to decision.

Battlefield 1 was already fairly good at launch – once more, one thing we’ve sadly not been in a position to depend on with triple-A for a number of years – so it’s nice to see DICE continues to be sharpening the shooter up in post-launch assist quite than simply cranking out paid content material.