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Those 17 minutes of footage of Battlefield 4 from last week looked impressive but it's hard to really get a good gauge on the scope of the visuals with YouTube's subpar compression quality and their 30fps limit on videos. Well, EA was kind of enough to send a few outlets an uncompressed 2.5 gigabyte version of the gameplay video running in HD at 60 gloriously smooth frames per second and boy what a difference the full framerate makes.

Eurogamer managed to risk the bandwidth overload and upload the 60fps HD version of Battlefield 4, which you can view on their site. It's a hefty download but boy oh boy can you see a huge difference with Battlefield 4 running the way it's supposed to. I'm also willing to bet that AMD and Nvidia are sitting around somewhere saying “That's the power of the PC Master Race, baby!”

Battlefield 4 is being powered by DICE's proprietary Frostbite 3.0 Engine, and is running on Geomeric's Enlighten middleware for the latest in state-of-the-art lighting techniques and illumination tools.

The game is set for release this fall on next generation consoles and PC. You can learn more about Battlefield 4 by visiting the Official Website.