Battlefield 4 Adds Open-World Experience To Its Campaigns

Battlefield 4
Battlefield 4

Battlefield 4
Battlefield 4

This is the trailer of Battlefield 4 :

Now, in case if you have still not seen the 17 minute trailer or the first gameplay of Battlefield 4, I suggest you see it now:

Mind = Blown. The totally realistic graphics and effects of the game are really going to attract many of the game lovers. DICE’s Creative Director Lars Gustavsson at Stockholm, Sweden in a special presentation has explained how they are going to achieve the open world experience to it’s campaigns.

The open ended approach which was available in BF 3 in the online mode is now being implemented into BF 4 campaigns. Gustavsson said “If we can deliver on that(campaign), while telling you great story where you don’t care about anything except finding out what comes next – ‘I’d want that’. And since you are steering the direction of what’s happening with the new set of tools you’re using – hopefully you will be so connected to it, you’ll come out of it and say ‘I want more’. That’s my hope and dream. “.

The 17 minute gameplay showed the player’s ability to either destroy the jeep or to commandeer it. Also the player’s ability to issue squad orders.

You can already pre-order Battlefield 4, which will hit stores this Fall(2013), will include a “premium expansion pack”, while an Origin special download edition of the game will include the premium pack, bonus in-game digital items and access to the multiplayer beta, according to the press release.

The game will be coming to the PC, PS3, PS4 and Xbox 360, according to Electronic Arts officials. The standard edition will be available for $59.99 and Digital Deluxe for $69.99 on the Origin site. PS4 version has no price listed yet.

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