The lights are on
When we were in Los Angeles for E3 2013, we got our first look at Battlefield 4's multiplayer action. Corny "levelution" nickname aside, Frostbite 3's power and the way it enables a new scope of environmental destruction caught our attention.
In the following video, you'll get a point-by-point look at all of the ways DICE is innovating with its next iteration of the Frostbite engine. From dynamic wind effects to server-side water movement that enables deeper gameplay on the high seas, the new engine (which will be powering all of EA's next-generation, non-sports titles) is something fascinating to see in action.
If you missed our coverage of Battlefield 4 from E3, be sure to catch up on it and learn all about how EA and DICE are smartly iterating and innovating on the series.
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I am much more curious to see it's implementation for an IP like Mass Effect than the next Battlefield to be honest.
Really stoked to play Battlefield 4 on the PS4 later in the year. I'm a Battlefield fan, and Battlefield hasn't looked better than this.
That is an incredible piece of tech.
can't wait to play this one! but I still want another Bad Company
Oh MAMA! Wind AI, Tree AI and realistic Michael bay explosions?? Man I can't wait for this game to get here, who knows maybe they might even have enemy bots with fish AI!!
Looking really awesome, truly.