We all knew the PC version of BioShock Infinite would be a unique experience when Ken Levine said it would not be a typical PC port. The game recommends 30GB of installation space on your hard drive, a GPU that Irrational suggests should be an ATI Radeon 6950 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 or above, and at least 4GB of RAM. That being said, we have a video that you should be running on 1080p that shows off some of the more beautiful scenes and sets of one of the most visually pleasing games we’ve ever seen.
For those curious about what the difference between the PC and the console versions of the game are, Irrational Games technical director Chris Kline offers this explanation:
“Playing the PC version on Medium settings is fairly close to the console version, though higher quality in a few areas. As you go up from there to the High, Very High, and Ultra settings the difference is enormous.”
On one of our test machines at Pixel Enemy, we have been running it on Ultra settings on an i7-3770 with a GTX 670 and 16GB of RAM, and we haven’t experienced any of the stuttering that some people have been concerned about.
How about you PE readers? What are you running BioShock Infinite on? PC or console?