The lights are on
Battlefield 4 players will have new tools at their fingertips thanks to the game's Battlelog integration of your smartphone or tablet.
Your tablet or mobile phone can be used to see stats, configure your loadout, or find a server whether you're away from home or are playing and waiting between matches.
While you're playing the game you can also use your phone or tablet as a Battlescreen to bring up a real-time mini-map or set attack points.
Battlelog also allows you to set up Missions, which are challenges among your friends based around in-game achievements. Furthermore, a new Geo Leaderboards system lets you divide up the community to see who is the best in your city, country, or continent.
Battlefield 4 comes out on October 29 for the PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Versions for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are also planned.
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I'm more excited about Commander Mode, but this is pretty cool too.
That is freakin COOL!
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