The release of Battlefield 4 is inching ever closer, meaning that Battlefield fans will be able to jump into a whole new realm of multiplayer first-person shooter action. But they'll also be able to jump into a bunch of all-new vehicles, which are the focus of a new series on the Battlefield Blog called "Ask DICE."
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If you're a hardcore Battlefield fan who's planning on purchasing Battlefield 4 as soon as it comes out, chances are that it'll be for a current-gen console. If you've got any plans on getting an Xbox One or PlayStation 4 and don't want your stats to be lost when you get BF4 again, then DICE might have some good news.
A new trailer has leaked for Battlefield 4, detailing DICE's efforts to create synergy between the game and mobile devices.
Most players would probably say that they don't play Battlefield games for the story and that they like to jump right into the multiplayer portion of the game. But if you happen to like single-player campaigns, then you might be interested in finding out Battlefield 4's story.
Slight spoilers ahead.
Slight spoilers ahead.
The Xbox One version of Battlefield 4 has been confirmed to include Kinect support. We hope this means that we can level entire buildings just by yelling at it.
Fans of Battlefield 3 will feel right at home thanks to a newly-announced downloadable content pack for Battlefield 4 called Second Assault.
Take a look at the new video for Battlefield 4 showing off the Frostbite 3 Engine. Widespread destruction, realistic waves and wind effects? Yes, please.
A new video giving us a preview of Battlefield 4's Spectator Mode has been shared by DICE. The footage gives us a very brief look at how we'll be able to follow payers around during matches.
Fans of Battlefield 4 got a pretty beefy sneak peek at some gameplay from the game, albeit after some technical difficulties, at the Microsoft E3 2013 press conference. The footage was from a portion of the single-player game set in the Angry Sea, aboard a carrier called "Titan."
The multiplayer extravaganza known as Battlefield 4 won't be coming out until October, so more incentives to pre-order have been announced in order for retailers to snatch up those sweet game reservations. One of the latest pre-order bonuses is from GameStop and features a kit that will help you rule the skies.