Battlefield: 1943 is available on PC
Battlefield: 1943 has a co-op mode so you can play with your mates on the same side, usually through the main story mode
Battlefield: 1943 can not be played without constant online access. This could be due to security reasons or because of the nature of the gameplay
Battlefield: 1943 is designed to be played with other people or it is heavily bias towards that type of gameplay
Battlefield: 1943 can not be played without first activating the game online. Once activated the game may be playable offline. If our Online Only button is also highlighted then you will need constant online access
Battlefield: 1943 is intiailly released as a download. It is usually an expansion pack so check to see if you need a main game before getting this. Battlefield: 1943 may be released in the shops at a later stage
Battlefield: 1943 can be played with a gamepad or Xbox 360 controller
XBox 360 Game
Battlefield: 1943 is available on the Microsoft XBox 360 console
Battlefield: 1943 is ONLY available on console
Battlefield: 1943 is available on the Sony PS3 console
Minimum PC Specifications for BF1943
Processor: Core 2 Duo @ 2.0GHz
Main memory: 2GB
Graphics card: GeForce 7800 GT / ATI X1900
Graphics memory: 256MB
OS: Windows XP
Free HDD space: 10GB for Disc Version (BFBC2)
Recommended PC Specifications for BF1943
Main memory: 2GB
Graphics card: GeForce GTX 260
Graphics memory: 512MB
OS: Windows Vista or Windows 7
Free HDD space: 10GB for Disc Version (BF1943)
Game-Debate translate this as saying - the minimum requirements are pretty low but of course it would be great if all gamers had the best gaming rig that money can buy.
This of course, isnt possible and they know that over at DICE. So if you dont meet the recommended specs but get into the ballpark then it is pretty likely you will be ok to play the game on acceptable/reasonable settings.
If your system has a graphics card with at least 512MB of memory and any dual core with better than 2.8GHz processors you are probably going to be ok.
Obviously we are reading between the lines here and only time will tell. Fingers crossed and let us know your thoughts and experiences here.
Developed with the Frostbite Engine, which is the same as the one they are using on Bad Company 2, which is why the two games share the same system requirements.
Battlefield 1943´s Frostbite game engine allows for practically total destruction of all environments. That means that you can level almost anything you encounter in the game - from airplanes to buildings, bunkers, vehicles and navy vessels. Take aim, fire and watch the fireworks as your enemies' cover and heavy weaponry explode to little pieces! Use the destruction to your tactical advantage as you blow a new "door" in a building to flank the Japanese bucked down inside, or clear a path through the trees for a better line of sight to the action.All The Latest News On Game Debate
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