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Which Game should I buy? Call of Duty Ghosts and Battlefield 4

I am a die-hard fan of Call of Duty. I've played all series of Call of Duty, except before the beginning of Modern Warfare 1. I like it more because it's system requirements is lower than BF 3. I admit that BF 3's graphics is way better than Call of Duty's.

But I'd like to play Multi-player. I learned that BF 4 has a maximum of 32 vs 32 players in a single game. That's enjoyable...

What's the max player of Call of Duty multiplayer?

Which of the two games provide better experience for players in multiplayer area?

Thank you
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  1. CoD Ghosts has 18 people max. And BF4 is very CPU intensive, so make sure you got an i5/ FX 8xxxx there for some good Ultra gaming!

    BF4 looks much more enjoyable and totaly vast IMO. 64 player multi would need drop dead CPU and GPU to play on FHD with respectable 50 FPS, like GTX 770 or R9 280X.

    BF4 has WAY better graphics than CoD:G, but is very demanding too! If you like absolute crunch in first person shooters, BF4 is the winner IMO :D
  2. I would agree with MeteorsRaining and go with BF4, hands down. :)
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    CoD Ghosts is pretty fun, but not on PC. I have it on PS4, but I have BF4 on PC. DO NOT get ghosts for PC. It's a terrible port, runs like absolute crap. BF4 they have fixed a lot of the issues and it's on sale frequently. BF3 is a better game than BF4 IMO but BF4 is still good and more people play it, so I'd go with that.
  4. Go with BF3, it's better than any COD and BF4.
  5. MeteorsRaining said:
    CoD Ghosts has 18 people max. And BF4 is very CPU intensive, so make sure you got an i5/ FX 8xxxx there for some good Ultra gaming!

    BF4 looks much more enjoyable and totaly vast IMO. 64 player multi would need drop dead CPU and GPU to play on FHD with respectable 50 FPS, like GTX 770 or R9 280X.

    BF4 has WAY better graphics than CoD:G, but is very demanding too! If you like absolute crunch in first person shooters, BF4 is the winner IMO :D


    Well my friend is building me a gaming rig maybe next month. Here's the system. It's a tightly budget gaming rig. Also. I don't mind getting 30-40 FPS in mid settings. I could turn off all settings like shadows, bullets, anti aliasing (which I don't know what it is). I just want BF 4 "playable". I don't need 60 FPS.

    Thermaltake Smart SP-650P
    MSI H97 Gaming 3
    Intel Core i3 4150 (I told him about Pentium G3258, the anniversary edition. It can take i7 head on in terms of FPS, but he told me it has serious consequences. HEAT) And I also need Hyperthreading technology for autocad.
    Sapphire R9 270x 4GB OC
    8GB kingston RAM.

    I think it's ok. I can play BF 3 with my previous gaming system:

    AMD athlon 2 x3 B50 3.2ghz
    Palit GTX 650 ti 2gb
    Asus m5a78m lx
    Coolermaster less than 300 watts
    and 4gb.

    I think I can play BF 4 with mid settings and everything else turned off.
  6. Oh yes you can, on FHD, R9 270X with that CPU will manage about 40 FPS on high! You're good to go with Medium, AA on, shadows on and a healthy 50+ FPS :)
    And on 2nd rig, BF3 will be playable with similar FPS as those with BF4 in rig 1 :D
  7. Take note, I don't do 1080p. I always set my resolution to 1360x768. (Is it 720p?) Same as my monitor.

    You think it means that I could get 50-60 FPS with a lowered screen resolution of BF 4?
  8. You can manage High settings with ~50 FPS on HD (your resolution) on BF4 then. BF3 will get to ultra rather comfortably in that resolution :)
    PS: 768p is more than HD or 720p.
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