The open beta of Star Wars: Battlefront is accessible to all platforms, but some lucky players were able to access the same a few days ago. The prestigious Candyland Youtube channel brings an excellent comparison of Star Wars: Battlefront between the versions of PC and PlayStation 4.
Star Wars: Battlefront on PS4 Vs PC Graphics Comparison
As you can see from the above comparison, the PC version has a much sharper visual than its counterpart PS4. You can observe better quality of textures, shadows, antialiasing, while the console version excessive depth of field and blur that make it opaque in blurring visual which are more evident.
Despite its controversial minimum and recommended requirements, many users report that the beta is very well optimized.
The beta version of the game is featuring the following modes. The Drop Zone modes on the Sullut map, Walker Assault on Hoth and Survival missions on Tatooine.
- Walker Assault on Hoth: Multiplayer Battle with up to 40 players between rebel factions and the Empire. Assault Walker also gives us the chance to play as two of the most iconic characters of the universe of Star Wars:Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker.
- Drop Zone Sullust: Very similar to what is known as King of the Hill, where a team must control a fixed subtracting points for the opponent, until one of them runs out of reinforcements area. The difference in Battlefront is that what we have to defend are few pods that fall in different areas of the map, more like Headquarters, the Call of Duty series. The team that captures the five pods wins. Every time one of them is open, will release a power-ups to use for the equipment to be captured, although it will be a time of vulnerability not get moving to the next pod, to collect the items.
- Survival on Tatooine Mission: We play these missions in offline mode with a friend in co-op or split screen (the latter not available on PC). The aim will repel waves of imperial forces, including AT-STs, TIE fighters, stormtroopers and elite
Star Wars: Battlefront will be released on November 17th and will be available for next generation consoles and PC.