Monday, April 15, 2013

Battlefield 4 changes the game as you know it



From the moment you load your copy of Battlefield 4 don’t expect to follow the command aim and shoot.  That’s been the basic game up until now. Battlefield 4 is not going to dish up the same old boring shoot out as we have been use to in both Call of Duty and Battlefield.  Nope, times are changing and so is the evolution of online gaming.

Battlefield 3 and Call of Duty Black Ops 2 cleaned out our wallets when it came to buying some of the best shooter games over the last two years.  The problem was that most of the fps were all pretty much the same game in that it had a straight forward approach to game play. Follow the command and reach the objective. Battlefield 4 plans to change all of that with a new non- linear story line helping to broaden the gap of difference between the two game series.  Battlefield 4 game play will now allow players to decide their course of action in order to reach the objective. We will be seeing new vehicles and weapons however, you can choose to use weapons and vehicles or not use them depending on your style. It will also enable you to give commands to squad mates in the single player campaign.  So in other words one objective can have several outcomes.
Game play will include:
·        Realistic sound and  visual experience from Dice’s Frostbite 3 game engine
·        Massive maps
·        Greater destruction of buildings and more!
·        New vehicles & weapons
Battlefield 4 beta should be making an appearance in July and will only be available to Battlefield 3 premiums members, purchasers of Battlefield 3 Limited Edition, pre-ordering the Battlefield 4 Digital Deluxe Edition on Origin.com, or those that purchased Medal of Honor Warfighter.  Battlefield 4 will be available for Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PC in fall of 2013.

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