Battlefield 4 What We Know So Far! I thought it was about time i sat down and actually wrote a short Battlefield 4 overview, to state some facts for the people who are still confused.
In this Battlefield 4 – Game “What We Know So Far” overview i have only added true facts about the game. Have a good read and i hope it clears up a few questions.
Battlefield 4: What We Know So Far By: KinJO187 (Battlefield Informer).
Battlefield 4 is defined as the game of the next generation. It is an upcoming shooting video game which is developed by EA’s DICE (Digital Illusions CE) and Electronic Arts are the company that will publish the game.
EA announced Battlefield 4 in July 2012 when it advertised that their clients who pre-ordered the game called Medal of Honor: Warfighter will receive an early access to the latest Battlefield 4 Beta.
Battlefield 4’s Frostbite 3
After the release of a seventeen-minute demo, Battlefield 4 is powered by an engine called Frostbite 3, which adds the level of realism to the game. Frostbite 3 pays careful attention to details including the dynamic lighting effects, macro and micro destruction animations to make graphics close to perfection. This is why the details on the game looks like that of the real world.
Setting of Battlefield 4
Battlefield 4’s setting is set to the same modern warfare. This concept came from the feedback of their fans and a little market research which was handled by the creators of the game in order to make it the best shooting game.
Based from the demo of the game, it was set in the capital of Azerbaijan called Baku. The video also showed some hints that some forces in the game will come from China, Russia, and US. According to some gamers, there is a teaser about Battlefield 4 that includes the Shanghai skyline.
Battlefield 4: Beta
There are some rumors that an employee of EA told several online gaming communities that the Battlefield 4 will be out in the market soon after the beta. But, although some said that the game will be released this fall, gamers or gaming enthusiasts should expect that the game will be out a bit earlier.
Battlefield 4: Platforms
Dice’s Battlefield 4 is a sequel to Battlefield 3 which was released in the year 2011. Many are expecting that the game will be released for PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, and other next-generation consoles but there are also rumors that the game will be released on PlayStation 4.
There are no next-gen platforms confirmed yet. It is because the game is still under development and in the process of game testing. Plus, it is not yet ready for Microsoft and Sony’s next generation machines.
However, some says that Battlefield 4 will run well on Xbox 360, PC, and PS3, and Wii U.
It is expected that the release of Battlefield 4 is on the fall or autumn of 2013. Gamers who have already pre-ordered the game will receive the game’s expansion pack free of charge. If you are searching for a game that would take you to a new level of gaming, don’t forget to check out Battlefield 4 as this will give you a gaming experience that you won’t find in other games available in the market today.
Battlelog / Battlefield 4
So, be prepared and watch out for the release of this game because this latest and more advanced shooting game is equipped with high end features you surely wouldn’t want to miss!
A poster for the upcoming EA shooter has appeared on Gamersky listing a Fall 2013 Battlefield 4 release date and promising a pair of “real Battlefield 4 dog tags” to anyone pre-ordering the FPS.
The game is due to launch at an official EA event tonight, starting at 7pm local time in San Francisco for the videogame press, coinciding with the annual Game Developers Conference in the American city. That means UK gamers will have to wait until 2am GMT tomorrow morning to find out any official news on the upcoming Battlefield 4 game.
EA has already confirmed that the Battlefield 4 release date will be announced at the event, potentially along with some of the first gameplay footage, but we’ll just have to wait and see.
Until then, fans of the series can immerse themselves in the Battlefield 4 teaser site launched by EA last week. Although at first glance the image is obscured by a heavy layer of rain, once a user signs into the page the site reveals the image beneath.
The recent flurry of images posted on the teaser site seemed to reveal the game’s location too. If the picture is correct, Battlefield 4 could move the game’s action from the Iran setting of Battlefield 3 to Shanghai. New pictures also depicted a burning aircraft carrier (further adding to speculation the game will feature naval warfare) and what looks to be a female Asian soldier.
We already know that the Battlefield 4 game will launch on the next-generation PS4 and the yet to be confirmed Xbox 720 console, but EA has been careful not to give away many details about the follow-on to the exceptionally well-received Battlefield 3.
Will you be staying tuned for more details surrounding Battlefield 4? Do you think Battlefield 4 will be one of the eagerly awaited titles of 2013? Let us know