Medal of Honor MP-Beta: Screenshots with 5.120 x 3.200 pixels
The multiplayer beta of Medal of Honor has just started and PC Games Hardware ruled the first matches playing in 5.120 x 3.200 pixels resolution. Here you can see how the downsampled screenshots are looking.
If you are able to play Medal of Honor in DirectX 10 or Direct X 11, the Frostbite engine allows you to downsample the picture you see on your display - it renders at higher resolution internally and scales it down for output. All you need is a beta key, a pretty fast graphics card and the little tbs downsampling tool which you can get at 3dcenter. Using the tbs downsampling tool is very simple, just refer to the english part of the included readme.txt.
If you have a look in our gallery, you'll find two dozens of high quality pictures showing MoH action. Screenshots with 5.120 x 3.200 pixels, using all details and 16:1 AF. We adjusted the FOV to the value 70. To take these screenshots we used a Geforce GTX 470. Adding MSAA is not possible, because this uses too much graphics memory. Even our Radeon HD 5870 with 2 GiByte of memory was not able to get this done.