The lights are on
Battlefield 4's 64-player multiplayer was the highlight of the EA press conference, and here you can see some of the session's best moments.
The game's multiplayer shows off two notable modes: Levolution and Commander Mode. The former brings the environment more into play, and EA cites things like destructable skyscrapers as a way to change the battlefield. The latter is the return of the older Battlefield mode.
For more on the game's single-player showcase today, check out this trailer and a collection of screens.
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thank you ive always said battle field needs to allow more players to be in a match this willbe fun :)
I'm going to get some hate for this, but....
I have faith in EA again.
Just due to the fact that EA is "letting" DICE take care of their baby, Mirror's Edge, again (DICE had said it's their favorite because it proved they could do something new and it worked) and Star Wars: BattleFront.
I, for once, can again root for EA. As I've always said though and people should realize, EA makes GREAT games, it's just their business practices is what turns people off.
I had the MW3 demo on my PS3 and had never played it (haven't played Battlefield 3 or MW3 or Black Ops or Black Ops 2 or any FPS in quite some time). I started to play it last week and hated it. Hard to believe I've been burnt out on FPSs since late 2009/2010. This video makes the game look like a ton of fun, I just don't know that I'd be able to get into it :(