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    Battlefield 4
    Developer: DICE
    Publisher: EA
    Genre: FPS
    Platforms: PC, PS3, PS4, XBOX 360, XBOX One
    Release Date: October 29


    Box-art:



    PC system requirements
    Minimum:
    OS: 32-bit Vista SP2
    CPU(AMD): 2,8 GHz Athlon X2
    CPU(Intel): 2,4 GHz Core 2 Duo
    RAM: 4 GB
    HDD: 30 GB
    GPU(AMD): Radeon 3870
    GPU(Nvidia): GeForce 8800 GT
    VRAM: 512 MB

    Recommended:
    OS: 64-bit Windows 8
    CPU(AMD): 6-core
    CPU(Intel): 4-core
    RAM: 8 GB
    HDD: 30 GB
    GPU(AMD): Radeon 7870
    GPU(Nvidia): GeForce GT660
    VRAM: 3 GB

    Drivers
    The new GeForce 331.58 WHQL driver is now available to download. An essential update for all GeForce GTX users, 331.58 WHQL is the Game Ready driver for Batman: Arkham Origins and Battlefield 4, ensuring your system attains peak performance in the two eagerly-anticipated titles.
    http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/art...ivers-released

    The new Nvidia driver, 331.58, has an updated SLi profile for BF4:
    http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/68499






    Large scale combat on next-gen consoles
    • Where on the current-gen consoles you’ll still be stuck with up to 24 players in a single match, next-gen consoles finally match up with the PC version in terms
    • of player count and scale of multiplayer maps. This means that up to 64 players can actively play in matches, vehicle spawns will mirror those of the PC version
    • and the amount of objective locations will be increased in certain gametypes. So if you are a console gamer and you feel like BF3 on consoles wasn’t
    • action-packed enough then getting Battlefield 4 on the next-gen is probably the best option for you.


    Dynamic maps
    • With the new Frostbite 3 engine come some new additions to how maps behave in Battlefield 4. No, you won’t be able to completely level an entire map like in Bad Company 2, but you will be able to trigger scripted events like collapsing a skyscraper, flooding a map by destroying a dam or letting a ship crash onto a beach. Alongside this there is still detailed destruction as well as being able to interact with certain elements on maps. This means that you can destroy walls, blow away cover, cut down forests, but also turn off lights, activate street barriers, or lower gates and more


    Simulated water
    • In previous Battlefield games the water was relatively calm and static. In Battlefield 4 this changes with the addition of simulated water. This means that on certain maps instead of calm water you will see big waves which will also react to vehicles and infantry. To spice up the combat on the water DICE has added new, powerful types of naval vehicles along with the ability to use you knife, pistol and certain types of equipment while you’re in the water.


    Weapon pick-ups
    • Similar to the Battlefield 3 mode Scavenger, Battlefield 4 will feature weapon pick-ups on specific locations on the map. These weapons are some of the most powerful ones in the game, but will only spawn sparsely and with limited ammo, so use them wisely. These weapons can range from a one-shot-kill sniper rifle to a powerful lock-on guided missile launcher. Keep in mind that while you’re holding these weapons you won’t be able to use any other weapons or equipment without dropping it on the ground.


    Field upgrades
    • The perk system from Battlefield 3 is gone. To replace it DICE introduces a new system called field upgrades. With this system every player has to choose a specific path of perks that will unlock one by one as their squad’s combined amount of points increases. This has been done to encourage and reward teamwork because the squad with the most points will have unlocked more perks than squads with fewer points. Don’t always mindlessly follow your squadmates into enemy fire though, because if your entire squad gets wiped out at the same time everyone will lose the perk that they unlocked last.


    Commander mode
    • Seeing its return from Battlefield 2, the popular Commander mode is back in Battlefield 4. With this mode one player on each team can get a good overview of the map to assist and guide his team in the hopes of claiming victory. A commander can help his team in several ways. An example of this is the ability to give orders to squad leaders to attack or defend certain areas on the map. Then the commander can make UAV drones scan the area and drop in extra armor to help out those ground troops, but he can also take out armor of the enemy by the means of a missile or gunship strike.

    Commander mode is available on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, PC and also accessible on tablets.
    Spectator mode
    It’s been long requested by fans and it’s finally here: Spectator mode. In the next-gen and PC versions of Battlefield 4 up to four players will be able to check out
    ongoing battles from every possible angle. You can follow players around in first or third person, you can switch to predetermined camera positions or you can
    fly around using the free-cam option for those who want a bit more freedom. While doing this you can also switch between in-game footage and the map
    overview where you can see exactly where all players and vehicles are from both teams.
    Battlepacks
    • By playing Battlefield 4’s multiplayer and acquiring experience points you can earn Battlepacks. These packs contain random items which people can use to further customize and personalize their character, vehicles or weapons as well as XP bonuses to speed up their ranking progress. The items you find in your Battlepacks will have one of four different colors which indicates how rare they are. From most common to rarest these colors are: grey, white, blue and orange.

    There are also different types of Battlepacks for you to earn. There are bronze, silver, gold and weapon packs. The golden ones give you the most and rarest items while the weapon packs focus on giving weapon specific items. Keep in mind that the weapon packs are tied to weapon progression instead of overall rank progression like the other packs.








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    Battlefield 4 features 7 different gametypes including two entirely new ones. These can be played on every single map in the game, but keep in mind that maps will have different objective locations and playable spaces depending on gametype. Official servers running these gametypes will limit the amount of players to what those gametypes are designed for, but private servers can always change these settings if desired.


    Conquest
    Capture and hold flag positions until the enemy runs out of tickets
    24 players on 360/PS3, 64 players on XBO/PS4/PC
    Commander is optional
    Rush
    Destroy or defend M-COM stations until either all M-COMs are destroyed or the attacking team runs out of tickets
    24 players on 360/PS3, 32 players on XBO/PS4/PC
    Commander is optional
    Obliteration
    Grab the neutral bomb and plant it at enemy objectives until all objectives are destroyed
    24 players on 360/PS3, 32 players on XBO/PS4/PC
    Commander is optional
    Defuse
    One life per round, eliminate the enemy team or detonate the objective to win
    10 players on 360/XBO/PS3/PS4/PC
    Commander is off
    Team Deathmatch
    Kill enemy players until you reach the scoring limit
    20 players on 360/XBO/PS3/PS4/PC
    Commander is off
    Squad Deatmatch
    Kill enemy players and reach the scoring limit before any of the other 3 squad do so
    20 players on 360/XBO/PS3/PS4/PC
    Commander is off
    Domination
    Infantry-based gametype where you need to capture and hold flags until the enemy runs out of tickets
    20 players
    Commander is off



    The game will launch with 10 completely new maps which range all the way from massive, open and vehicle focused to more linear, close quarters and infantry based.
    These maps also all have their own special destruction events to really make each and every map stand out. These events can drastically change how a map plays
    and can turn the tide of the battle.


















    The Assault class is the most all-round class in Battlefield 4. If you use this class it’s best to be on the offense helping your team actively complete objectives. The primary weapons of the Assault class are assault rifles which are best used in close to medium range and are considered to be the jack-of-all-trades weapons in the game. They’re good in most aspects, but don’t excel at anything.
    Use the defibrillator to revive teammates who have died. This piece of equipment now has regeneration ammo and you can charge it up to give players more health as the get revived. Don’t be a ¤¤¤¤ who revives people in front of tanks.

    There are small and big health packs. The small ones latch onto a player and will heal them as they move around. The big ones stick to the ground and can heal a group of people at once.

    The M320 Grenade Launcher can be used for several things. You can use the explosive round to blow stuff and people up or you can equip it with the smoke grenade to obscure vision of the enemy team.
    This class is most effective when it’s used to support friendly players. The main weapons for this class are light machine guns which are best used in defensive positions. If used in combination with a bipod a machine gun can be used very effectively to suppress enemies and lock down certain areas of the map.
    Similar to the health pack, the ammunition pack comes in a small and big variant. The small one latches onto a player and gives them up to two magazines of extra standard ammo. The bigger ones can be placed on the ground and replenish the magazines, explosives and equipment of all the players around it.

    C4 and Claymores both make their return for the Support class in Battlefield 4. The former is used against vehicles and structures and can be detonated on request while the latter is placed and automatically detonates if an enemy player is nearby.

    New to the Support class is the XM-25 Airbust Grenade Launcher. This weapon can be used to shoot at people behind small pieces of cover using explosive rounds that detonate right above the target.

    Another addition to this class is the MP-APS. This little device is used to prevent enemy rockets from hitting any targets within a certain radius. Keep in mind though that this piece of equipment only remains where you planted it for a limited amount of time before it disappears.
    No, this is not the Sniper class as some might call it, it’s the Recon class. This kit’s purpose is primarily to give teammates extra intel about enemy whereabouts. In some instances this may require keeping a distance from most of the action, but a lot of people agree that aggressive and offensive Recon players will help out a lot more. Don’t be that guy who’s in the back of the map contributing nothing, please.
    There are two different types of laser designators in Battlefield 4. One is portable while the other is stationary. These can be used to designate vehicles, stationary weapons, and even MAVs. After achieving a lock Engineers can lock onto those targets with their missile launchers even if they can’t directly see their target. Aside from mobility the difference between the portable and stationary variants of the designators is that you need to constantly maintain the lock with the former while the latter can be left unattended while it designated targets in view.

    The spawn beacon can be placed anywhere on the map and allows your squad members to spawn on it instead of you. One thing to note is that if you place a beacon outside players will spawn high up in the air with parachutes if the map allows air vehicles.

    Three different types of motion sensors are available to the Recon class in Battlefield 4: the motion ball, the T-UGS and the MAV. The ball can be thrown and will disappear after a short time, the T-UGS is stationary and will disappear when you’re killed and the MAV can be flown around and otherwise acts like a T-UGS.

    Returning to the Recon class is C4 which can be used to destroy either enemy targets or structures.

    • The Engineer’s job is to focus primarily on vehicles, both friendly and enemy. If there is enemy armor to be disposed of there are plenty of varying missile launchers to get the job done. While you’re not busy with blowing anything up try fixing friendly vehicles nearby, they’ll appreciate it. The Engineer’s primary weapons are PDWs which are mainly useful in close quarters combat.

    The blowtorch is mainly used to repair friendly vehicles, but is also surprisingly effective at taking out enemy armor. Using the blowtorch for an extended period of time will cause it to overheat after which you’ll have to wait a couple of seconds for it to cool down.

    AT mines are back, but a new variant has also been added; the M2 SLAM. This little device acts similar to the AT mine, but sticks to surfaces and can also detect vehicles nearby and detonate when they are within range.

    The EOD Bot is a little remote controlled robot which you can drive around. Using the torch attached to it you can arm M-COMs, destroy enemy vehicles or repair friendly ones.

    The Engineer in Battlefield 4 has two types of unguided missile launchers: the RPG and SMAW. These are both very lethal against vehicles, but are relatively hard to use. The difference between the two is that the SMAW has a flatter trajectory than the RPG, but the RPG does slightly more damage.

    There are also the anti-air guided missiles: the Stinger and the IGLA. These launchers can lock onto air vehicles and the missile with automatically follow the target. The difference between the two is that when using the IGLA you need to maintain your lock after you’ve launched a missile while with the Stinger you can fire and forget.

    Lastly there are three kinds of anti-tank launchers: the LAW, Javelin and SRAW. First up is the LAW which is the easier to use and weakest of the three. You simply point it vaguely in the direction of a vehicle and it will automatically target it. Second is the Javelin which acts similar to the variant in Battlefield 3 except that you need to maintain the lock. The last one which does the most damage is the SRAW. This launcher has to be manually guided through the air to the target. All three of these can also lock onto designated targets.






    The five expansion packs planned for Battlefield 4 are:

    China Rising
    “Fight for dominance across the vast and majestic Chinese mainland in four massive maps, using all-new vehicles and high-tech military equipment.”
    Second Assault
    ”This Premium expansion pack will feature four of the most fan-favorite maps [Metro, Firestorm, Caspian and Oman] from Battlefield 3, redesigned
    to take advantage of our advanced Frostbite 3
    engine and enhanced to include new multiplayer features from Battlefield 4.”
    Naval Strike
    ”Experience dynamic ocean combat in Naval Strike as the Chinese Armada takes the fight to the sea.”
    Dragon’s Teeth
    ”Experience all-out urban warfare in new multiplayer maps taking place in war-torn cities locked down by the Chinese army.”
    Final Stand
    ”The war is reaching its epic conclusion in Battlefield 4 Final Stand. More information on this expansion pack will be available at a later date.”



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    Battlefield 4 Confirmed, Beta Access Through Medal of Honor: Warfighter Pre-Order Incentive

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    Pre-Order Medal of Honor: Warfighter to gain access to Battlefield 4 Beta, reads a banner on EA’s Origin client. Under the Shooter category in the client, the banner appeared earlier today.


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    You may recall that the first print of the last Medal of Honor game, the “limited edition” as it was dubbed, included tokens for access to the Battlefield 3 beta. Further, since Medal of Honor: Warfighter will have the same incentive for Battlefield 4, the next game in the Battlefield franchise may release next year. It would be far fetched for EA to include beta codes in Warfighter for a game that’s more than one year out.


    It should be noted that Battlefield: Bad Company 3 was rumored to be in development through resume leak in May.
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    Both r going 2 b awsum game.played both bf3 n moh from first to last awsum gameplay.full action n fully loaded......

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    Well there are no information in the pre order menu or the official website i am assuming this is just a move to get the hype about bf4, after all frank gibeau did confirm bf4

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbirZenith View Post
    Well there are no information in the pre order menu or the official website i am assuming this is just a move to get the hype about bf4, after all frank gibeau did confirm bf4
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    yah i also don't think it'll be in near future,but surely it'll happen

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    EA confirms Battlefield 4

    Medal of Honor pre-orders rewarded with beta access

    EA has officially confirmed Battlefield 4 is in development, via a Medal of Honor: Warfighter pre-order scheme.

    Those who pre-order the Medal of Honor: Warfighter Limited Edition will gain access to the Battlefield 4 beta, a video on the official Medal of Honor website confirms.

    The Battlefield 4 beta will be available in autumn 2013, EA's confirmed, with additional details regarding the game itself set to be revealed at a later date.

    The beta first leaked via EA's origin store earlier this week, and the sequel of course doesn't come as a huge surprise - Battlefield 3 released in October 2011 to widespread critical acclaim and 12 million copies shipped in its first month.

    Medal of Honor: Warfighter is out in Europe on October 26.

    Last month EA launched Battlefield 3's Premium service, which picked up 800,000 paid users in its first two weeks.

    The Premium service acts as the sharp end of an ambitious DLC plan for the DICE shooter, with the Back to Karkand and Close Quarters expansions already released, and a further three DLC packs in the pipeline.

    EA Labels president, Frank Gibeau said of the pre-order news: "Though Battlefield and Medal of Honor Warfighter each offer players a completely unique experience, they are united by their underlying technology base - Frostbite. These are two of the hottest shooters, coming together to deliver a one-two punch of action, intensity and shooter entertainment."
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    What about Bad company sequel? wasn't that suppose to be the next battlefield?

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    Battlefield 4

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    Battlefield 4 announced, beta arrives fall 2013



    Update: EA made the news official in a press release just now, confirming a "fall 2013" window for the game's beta.

    Battlefield 4 is most certainly a game, as EA confirmed this morning via a trailer for this year's Danger Close shooter, Medal of Honor: Warfighter. According to the publisher, pre-orders of Warfighter's "limited edition" get direct access "to the exclusive Battlefield 4 beta" – of course, we've never actually seen or heard of Battlefield 4outside of a leaked image revealing its existence a few days ago.

    EA's Danger Close studio is responsible for the Medal of Honor series, though Battlefield developer DICE assisted with the first MoH reboot. DICE created the Battlefield series, and it stands to reason that the Swedish studio will also be behind Battlefield 4. We've reached out to EA for more info.

    It seems unlikely that this reveal was unintentional, as EA UK marketing man Dan Sheridantweeted, "Pre-order ‪#MOH‬ Warfighter & get access to ‪#BF4Beta‬" with a link to the video and preview page. EA's US reps have yet to say a word.


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    But for your consolidation, the OP looks savvy

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    Battlefield 4 release date and details: DICE may overhaul Battle Recorder, VOIP, Spectator Mode

    You don't need Medal of Honor to get Battlefield 4 beta access

    One of DICE's community managers has taken to Reddit with first details of Battlefield 4, announced only yesterday via a Medal of Honor preorder reel.

    First off, you won't need to drop some dosh on Medal of Honor: Warfighter to get into the Battlefield 4 beta, planned for autumn 2013. "There will be other ways to get into the beta aside from MoH Warfighter. At this time, however, it is the only way to guarantee entry."

    The source also took time to address complaints about the game arriving too early, hinting at a late 2013 Battlefield 4 release date. "We've been seeing a lot of concerns about the pacing of release (i.e. "only" two years after BF3). I think it's worth noting that DICE has released a Battlefield game every two years or sooner." (Battlefield 3 released in November 2011, so assuming DICE sticks to the pattern, the next game should follow hard on the heels of the beta.) "I truly believe that we're in one of the best positions to be creating our next title," he continued. "Frostbite 2 has matured, we've been gathering fan feedback like crazy, Battlefield 3 continues to expand with features which we can learn from, and we've got more data about how people play than ever."

    Specifically, DICE is looking into fan complaints as to the following: "a better VOIP solution", Battle Recorder, Spectator Mode and "more robust eSports support". DICE is also aware that "there have been a lot of complaints about the UI" and is "taking them into serious consideration. UI is a big point of focus for us in BF4."

    I reckon Battlefield 4 should be Battlefield 2143, long story short. Go on, make with your hopes and dreams.
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    Fall 2013 deri ase, ami BF3 kintesi apatoto

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