The folks over at Candyland brought an attractive comparative this weekend, to see the graphical difference in Battlefield 1 between the PC version as Ultra and the Xbox One. The PC was equipped with Core i7-6700K @ 4.00 GHz with 16 GB of RAM  and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti running the game on Ultra setting with more than 100 FPS, something good or bad depending on how you look at it. Good, because the game is very well optimized, bad because not graphically demanding.

Battlefield 1 PC Vs Xbox One Graphics Comprasion

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From the start of above graphics comparison the differences are very clear, which was to be expected, and luckily, for PC users the differences are very numerous, as it goes from the draw distance, through textures, foliage, terrain or post -process. While the comparable rate of images per second of the Xbox One is not revealed (we will have to wait for Digital Foundry), Xbox One is running the game smoothly with no lag etc. While comparing with PC there are many differences, but we must recognize that the version of the Xbox One is not bad considering the price of the console.

Battlefield 1 PC: PC Low Vs Max Settings

In addition, we added another Graphics Comprasion video of PC low settings vs ultra settings in Battlefield 1. At low game is looking not bad, so the scalability engine helps users with modest teams to run the game without any problem.