Battlefield 4 on my MSI CX62 7QL

miracsies

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Since it is a continuation for reconciled game with visual quality of Battlefield 3 and originality of Battlefield 2, I couldn?t let my soul bargain with EA Games and cherish good times that I have tasted in my juvenile addictive times once again. This game makes you a living zombie and I can assure you that, you will need a ?pot de chambre? for maintaining healthy status in your gaming heaven. This scene evokes some distinctive features of South Park, I know, but it is a genuine fact that shouldn?t be skipped. Game came to existence in 2011 and since then it still dominates FPS realm. As a FPS gamer, it will always be an unforgettable experience for me. I don?t have any ?frame per second? issue or any other hardware related problem actually, as with mid graphics I am getting around 60 FPS with 8 giga byte DDR 4 RAM, Intel Core i5-7200U CPU 2.50 giga hertz CPU, an Nvidia 940 MX 2GB graphics card on this laptop.

The game can be found on Origin for about 30 euros. In the game, you can revel in the glorious chaos of all-out war packed with rewarding, tactical challenges in an interactive environment. Demolish the buildings shielding your enemy and lead an assault from the back of a gun boat. You have the freedom to do more and be more, playing to your strengths and carving your own path to victory. 

You can play as American soldiers in single player and multiplayer campaigns, in huge maps, in modes such as "capture the base", where you try to capture A, B, C, D, E points from the enemy on the map and try to hold onto them while defending it from hostile forces.

Play with your friends, in which way you can enjoy the intense experience deeper.
 

umidos

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I was planning to buy bf 1 but I am scared of low fps issues so I guess I'll buy bf4 after this topic.
 
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