Do check out the gameplay footage from Digital Foundry of Battlefield 1 alpha first time on PC which was running at 1440p fully maxed out lying in a Skylake crib rocking a GTX 1080 at a 75% resolution scale though that a resolution scale of 50% is equal to the display’s native resolution which is stated in the video but it roughly equivalent to 4k as the video was run at a resolution scale of 75%.

Just before E3, we got a chance to check out Battlefield 1 on PC. And not just any PC – this is with a Skylake i7 and GTX 1080, maxed out.
Curiously, the resolution scale is different this time around, with 50% presenting as native resolution. We’ve bumped that up here, so even though we have 1440p footage here, the game is actually running at a higher pixel-count. Look out for more footage soon!
                                                                                                                         -Digital Foundry


The Battlefield 1's Alpha Settings Menu
Speaking of the settings,there’s a toggle setting for switching between Dx11 and Dx12 and it’s a pleasure to eyes to see such a decent playable frame rate at 4K when maxed out.

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