'Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare' vs. 'Battlefield Hardline': Reported PC Specs and a Most Wanted List for Weapons
By Gel Galang | August 12, 2014 12:41 PM EST
DICE and Visceral Games are taking into hard consideration what the fans want for "Battlefield Hardline," as the new batch of the most wanted list for the title has been revealed.
Gamers line up under a "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" game display during the 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3, in Los Angeles, California June 11, 2014. REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn
Focusing on the weapons this time, the developers have collected new data on how to influence the game balance in "Battlefield Hardline." First up is the comparison of the lethal weapons, with the AKM facing off with the M16A3.
"These seem more balanced that we'd expected-we kind of figured the AKM would beat the M16A3. The M16 has some things in its favor for the beta-it was the default gun on the default class, for starters, which tends to push its use up for sure, and it's easy to learn. We'll keep our eye on these two," 'Battlefield Hardline' lead multiplayer designer Thad Sasser said over at the Battlefield Blog.
The developers have deemed that there is no action needed to be done at the moment, despite what appears to be a subtle OP for the AKM.
The MG36 and the G38C have also received some attention, with the G36c reported to need a little buffing so it can stand alongside the likes of the M16 and the AK.
PC Specs for 'Call of Duty Advanced Warfare' Debunked
If you were one of those who were shocked at how advanced the specs for the PC would have to be in order to run "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare," Activision has finally confirmed that the specs are not yet finalized.
Reaching out to Kotaku, where the alleged specs were reported, Activision stated that they are still discussing the specs, claiming that those that had been posted on the Activision store was done in error.
"The PC specs for Advanced Warfare are not final. The info posted yesterday on the Activision store was from last year and posted in error. We apologize for any confusion. We look forward to releasing the actual PC specs once the game is optimised," Activision said in a statement to Kotaku.
For those wondering what specs they were, check out the listing below. Notably, these are also the specs for last year's "Call of Duty Ghosts."
- OS: Windows 7 64-Bit / Windows 8 64-Bit
- HDD: 40GB HD space
- Sound: DirectX Compatible Sound Card
- DirectX: 11
- Internet: Broadband connection and service required for Multiplayer Connectivity. Internet connection required for activation.
- RAM: 6 GB RAM Recommended: 8 GB RAM
- Video: NVIDIA® GeForceTM GTX GTS 450 / ATI® RadeonTM HD 5870 or better Recommended: NVIDIA® GeForceTM GTX 760 @ 4GB
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