BATTLEFIELD 4
  • 40 minutes of Battlefield 4 multiplayer gameplay http://t.co/9RJY9JmcgN
  • Ill watch tonight :nudge:
  • OOoo gunna watch this, thanks!
  • Totally getting this for Xbone
  • New Battlefield 4 map and game mode to be shown at GamesCom http://t.co/wQGgspJKCT

    :nudge:
  • All Battlefield 4 class character models revealed http://t.co/vSlw6sXpWY
  • Everyone gunna get it for One to play wifs me?
  • It's the only launch game I'm getting...so I'll prolly be on
  • Yessir. It might be my only game too. Ill be in fo shizzle
  • How is DICE encouraging teamplay?
    How is suppression changing?
    Jets in #BF4?
    Read now: http://t.co/Dpqbh2KcKm
  • Battlefield 4 – Factions, Classes, Gadgets, Suppression and Field Upgrades Detailed http://t.co/bCFxR8awNx
  • Operation Metro map hinted for Battlefield 4 in sound files http://t.co/5FulcK9ibj
  • We want Wake Island!
  • BF4 Open Beta in October!
  • @Battlefield: EA press conference update: DICE is showing the brand new #BF4 Paracel Storm multiplayer trailer. Watch it now: http://t.co/qRk7d91B0Y
  • This link is easier to see the new map. Holy effing NUDGE

    @BF4Central: New Battlefield 4 GamesCom multiplayer trailer http://t.co/0SQI6OVdOV
  • The waves in the ocean look incredible. So many vehicles and so much action
  • Battlefield Premium Info:

    $50

    Here's what Premium would get you, according to an EA press release:

    Battlefield 4 Second Assault – Includes four fan-favorite Battlefield 3™ maps now re-imagined with the power of Frostbite™ 3. Available first on Xbox One.

    Battlefield 4 China Rising – Players fight for dominance across the vast and majestic Chinese mainland. Available December 2013.

    Battlefield 4 Naval Strike – Experience dynamic ocean combat as the Chinese armada takes the fight to the sea. Available Spring 2014.

    Battlefield 4 Dragon’s Teeth – The US strikes back engaging in all-out urban warfare. Available Summer 2014.

    Battlefield 4 Final Stand – Bring the war to its epic conclusion. Available Summer 2014.

    Two-weeks early access to all expansion packs for that competitive edge

    Unique personalization options including camos, paints, emblems, dogtags and more

    Priority position in server queues

    New content every week

    12 bonus Battlefield 4 Battlepacks

    Transfer Battlefield 4 Premium membership from Xbox 360 to Xbox One and PlayStation 3 to PlayStation 4.
  • Electronic Arts and DICE today launched a new service Battlefield 4 Premium, exclusive membership guaranteeing fans a fun and new content to Battlefield 4 during the whole year from the date of the game. Battlefield 4 Premium Members receive a total of five expansion packs so two weeks earlier approach over the other, and each week will be rewarded with another unique content.

    Battlefield 4 Premium membership offers these five expansion packs and other exclusive content:

    Second Assault Battlefield 4 - Includes the four most popular maps in Battlefield 3 Frostbite engine, new jacket third Appears first on Xbox One, together with the release of the console.
    Battlefield 4 China Rising - Players will battle for dominance in the vast and majestic mainland China. Released in December 2013.
    Battlefield 4 Naval Strike - Experience the dynamic ocean combat, which transfers the sea Chinese army. Available from spring 2014.
    Battlefield 4 Dragon's Teeth - The U.S. military strikes back in street fights. Available from summer 2014.
    Battlefield 4 Final Stand - War gets his epic denouement. Available from summer 2014.
    About two weeks early access to all DLC
    Unique personalization including camouflage, camouflage, emblem, dog tags etc.
    Determining priority access to servers
    New content every week
    12 bonus Battlepacks
    Option to transfer their membership from Xbox 360 to Xbox One and PlayStation 3 on the PlayStation
  • The new game mode, called “Obliteration”, where teams compete to destroy each other’s objectives.
  • During DICE’s demo of Battlefield 4 on stage at GamesCom, they revealed some new beta details as well. The multiplayer beta, which will be available to those who pre-ordered the game and those who own Premium on BF3, will take place in the first two weeks of October. The Battlefield 4 beta will be available worldwide on all platforms — with the exception of PS4/Xbox One, which won’t even be released at the time of the beta test.

    The Battlefield 4 beta will last for two weeks, and will include the Siege of Shnaghai map, with conquest being the only game mode available. Additionally, DICE is calling this an “open beta”, which means that those who pre-ordered and Premium members will likely get a day or two head start on the beta, before the masses (everyone else) gets access. Just as it was the case with BF3 in 2011.

    Battlefield 4 beta facts
    Date: October 1 – October 15r
    Duration: 2 weeks
    Map: Siege of Shanghai
    Game mode: Conquest
    Platforms: PC, PS3, Xbox 360
  • We're in!!!
  • Interest piqued... still, not my game.

    Who knows, maybe I'll find it again. I like playing LoL and I'm terrible, not sure why modern shooters are different.
  • A closer look at the Paracel Storm map, with overview http://t.co/enYn49gw3y

    DICE revealed yesterday a brand new Battlefield 4 map called Paracel Storm. The new map is set on a series of small islands, with a ton of air and sea vehicles, and dynamic weather effects as well. The map starts out in sunny conditions, and later changes when a tropical storm washes over it. That’s just one of the many cool features in Paracel Storm.
    While the trailer and screenshots of the map showed its great visuals, we didn’t really get a closer look at the layout of the map. We do now, with an overview of Paracel Storm that reveals the 5 capture points scattered over 5 islands, some small, some larger. In addition, both teams have uncapped bases as well. The Chinese (or Russian) forces start on the island, while the US faction starts on an aircraft carrier, much like in Wake Island.
    The flags also appear to be relatively close together, while the outside area is vast. Much like Caspian Border and many other BF3 maps.
  • This is new! Now you can all practice your flying skills :D

    Battlefield 4 features “test range” for players to practice http://t.co/jz29ZvNJAf
  • @Lambeaus Cool idea, though we all know no one will use it and still grab the planes/chopper and crash them instantly.
  • I'm always up for jet and chopper practice. Even tho I'm the best chopper pilot.
    But yea I can fly jets well, but struggle lining up moving targets
  • Battlefield 4 Obliteration gameplay video http://t.co/BPsNRm2TVG
  • I still have nightmares of those chopper rides at Fuzzfest.... God dammit. Who put that mountain there?
  • Uh oh.

    Gamescom: Battlefield 4's Graphics Lacking on PS4

    http://m.ign.com/articles/2013/08/23/gamescom-battlefield-4s-graphics-lacking-on-ps4

    With the arrival of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, EA and DICE have promised to bring the Battlefield PC experience to consoles, including massive scale maps, 64 player matches, and 60 frames-per-second gameplay. But up until now, all of the demos we've seen of Battlefield 4 have been running on supercharged PCs, producing jaw-dropping, unsurprisingly gorgeous results. This week at Gamescom, however, I had an opportunity to play Battlefield 4 on a PlayStation 4 development system, and the resulting experience has me worried.

    In spite of EA and DICE's emphasis on narrowing the gap between consoles and PC, this week's PS4 demo did not include a full 64-player match or the franchise's beloved vehicular combat. Instead, attendees were treated to a local 16-player match of Domination mode, which limited the play area to a small segment of the game's freshly minted Paracel Storm map. While certainly a demonstration of how the game can be scaled down to satisfy players' need for object-based infantry combat, it's hardly living up to the promise of the "true" Battlefield experience's arrival on consoles.
    But what's more concerning is how the game looks.
    From the moment I sat down, I was surprisingly underwhelmed by the visuals. Instead of the crisp, detailed textures I've encountered this week on the PC version or other next-gen shooter titles, Battlefield 4 on PS4 looked soft and muddled. Wall textures looked half-finished, lacking some of the smaller material nuances or 3D variation. Environmental destruction was more extensive than Battlefield 3 and explosions would send larger chunks of buildings into the air, but once again, the particles looked dull. Weapon models looked great at the hip, but as soon as I raised them to look down the iron sights or scopes, imperfections became apparent.

    Another contributing factor was resolution. While EA and DICE have not confirmed what resolution the game will run at on next-gen consoles, for the purposes of this demo, it was running at a resolution higher than 720p, but not 1080p. Though the difference between the two formats may not be recognizable to more casual players, after spending the week checking out games running natively at 1080p, it was readily apparent to me.
    As uninspiring as my demo was visually, it's also important to remember that we are still months away from Battlefield 4's release. It's clearly a work in progress. And most importantly, the game itself is still very much a blast to play. But if today's demonstration is any indication, DICE's commitment to supporting 64-player games and maintaining a solid 60 FPS on next-gen consoles could very well come at the cost of visual fidelity, and as a franchise renowned for its state-of-the-art graphics, it's an unexpected compromise.
  • DICE will be releasing a Battlefield 4 DLC called Second Assault some time next year (the first DLC to be released is China Rising). Second Assault will include four new map remakes from fan favorites found in BF3.
    According to the new Levolution trailer, it shows brief glimpses of those four maps, which are:
    Operation Metro
    Gulf of Oman
    Operation Firestorm
    Caspian Border
    We’ve previously seen evidence of Operation Metro on Battlefield 4. This was one of the most popular maps in BF3, but also one of the most notorious ones. Caspian Border and Operation Firestorm were popular with players, featuring a good mix of vehicle and infantry combat. Gulf of Oman was a remake from the BF2 map, but wasn’t as popular as other BF2 remakes, such as Strike at Karkand.
    With Frostbite 3, Levolution, and all the other Battlefield 4 features, we’re sure the map remakes will offer plenty of fresh ideas.
    What other popular maps from the franchise would you love to see remade for Battlefield 4? Let us know in the comments section!
  • Official Battlefield 4 branded controllers revealed http://t.co/4ZfKNjiJ87

    Those looks pretty sweet. Plus they are XBO controllers :nudge:
  • Battlefield 4 ups the ante on weapon customization options http://t.co/fMwtqfdzyi
  • Obliteration - The new BF4 game mode.

    Watch a full Obliteration match, recorded live at gamescom 2013.
    http://t.co/Qa3zAEzYVE
  • new details on Battlefield 4 vehicles http://t.co/g5NXt9MKWH
  • Lol awesome

    @Battlefield: ATV in an elevator? Not Battlefield enough. Launching it off a skyscraper? THAT’s BF4!
    http://t.co/f95ke9tjGG
  • Anybody buying on the 360 and upgrading to XBO?
  • I'm just waiting till X1 version
  • Battlefield 4 open beta launches October 1, Xbox One and PS4 versions dated http://t.co/gcgiVJu1Fw
  • All Battlefield 4 field upgrades revealed http://t.co/uCgEkppAFd
  • 64 players and 60fps confirmed for Xbox One.

    http://news.xbox.com/2013/09/games-battlefield-4-qa
  • Everyone getting this for Xbone, right?

    I'm gonna add that version (xbone) to my Christmas list... so you all will have a few weeks before reinforcements arrive! :-P
  • Yea I'm getting it for XBO. I'm buying premium on day one too..
  • I already bought on 360 and got premium. It is BAD ASS. I'll do the $10 upgrade forXBO the day it releases.
  • So I just watched the whole hour and a half BF4 Showdown. First time I heard of the Kinect features in this game. If you are behind cover, you lean to the side and your player will lean. When driving or flying, if you turn your head your view will look in the sMe direction in game.


    @Battlefield: #TeamUSA Wins!
    #BF4Showdown Watch LIVE: http://t.co/xHuMVtaTt3
    | http://t.co/mfIDQspr4y
  • Thanks for the link Lambo, watching it now. Making me want it ever more
  • The more I play BF4 the more I keep noticing things that are messed up. Sound doesn't start right away when a match starts. Iron sights on guns are effed for the first minute of a match (iron sight is a solid block that you can't see through). A lot of the textures are blah at the start. All loading issues for the first minute or so of the game. Not the magnitude of problems that PC version is seeing, but still sucks. I hope XBO version is perfect out of the gate.

    I really love how smartphones are used tho. Last night I selected a server and launched a game from my phone. It switched immediately, as if I had done it from my console. Load out changes are instant. Less than 2 seconds after I save a load out on my phone I get a popup in game saying that the load out has been changed. Really sweet.

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