Golden Joystick Awards:
"Battlefield 4 wants you--yes, you--to experience even more thrilling, more epic moments than ever before with a beefed up single-player story and the addition of map-changing levolution events and show-stopping destruction online." - Gamesradar.com
"DICE is the Mozart of war, and its mastery over sound continues to define Battlefield’s moment-to-moment richness." - PCGamer.com
Battlefield 4™ is the genre-defining action blockbuster made from moments that blur the line between game and glory.
Fueled by the next-generation power and fidelity of Frostbite™ 3, Battlefield 4 provides a visceral, dramatic experience unlike any other.
Only in Battlefield can you demolish the buildings shielding your enemy. Only in Battlefield will you lead an assault from the back of a gun boat. Battlefield grants you the freedom to do more and be more while playing to your strengths and carving your own path to victory.
In addition to its hallmark multiplayer, Battlefield 4 features an intense, dramatic character-driven campaign that starts with the evacuation of American VIPs from Shanghai and follows your squad's struggle to find its way home.
There is no comparison. Immerse yourself in the glorious chaos of all-out war, found only in Battlefield.
Only in Battlefield can you experience Levolution, changing the landscape in real-time with interactive environments that react to your every move.
Only in Battlefield will you find the awe-inspiring power of the next generation Frostbite™ 3 engine, whose unrivaled audio and visual fidelity make your game more dramatic, more believable, and more human.
Only in Battlefield can you experience an unmatched level of all-out war that grants you the freedom to play to your strengths and carve your own path to victory.
Only in Battlefield do you have the power to dominate land, air and sea with all-new, intense water-based vehicle combat
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This game is pretty decent. The campaign is alright, but the fact that you respawn in the beginning of the level if you die (unless you reach a checkpoint) wherever you were is annoying. FOV also cannot be changed in the campaign, which is unfortunate. It has really nice Ultrawide support which is nice.
battlefield 4 is with no doubt the best modern FPS so far i played and i really really had the best moments and most unbelievable moments in it! you can ride a tank , or a chopper , ofcourse not only one type! you can pilot jets and do some challenging dogfights and you can ride the almost every military vehicle in this game and man the maps in this one are really huge, not some small maps like the ones your see in COD. the graphics are realism and so good and the physics in this game is crazy you can destroy or blow almost every structure you can see in the map, the single player campaign part of the game as usual like BF3 is short and only wants to show you how to play and how the game mechanics works so you shouldn't expect something really memorable from it although it's really well made and it's ok overall. if you really want to play the best modern FPS of all time just buy and ofcourse get all DLCs for the game too in a sale if you can.
Yes, I know 'most' people buy the BF series for the multiplayer aspects but 4 hours? And thats pushing it ~ I'm not going to even gripe about the various pathing bugs, enemy soldiers popping up out of thin air and various other issues here. Quite a few players want a decent single player campaign and whilst, BF4 does provide a solid enough and believable story line everything else just feels rushed, and unpolished. BF4 really could do with being at least the same length as BF3, which again - wasn't a very long game either, but was still 'almost' double the time to complete, weighing in at around 6 - 8 hours depending on skill/difficulty etc. Not to cause any spoilers here, but the ending is just terrible ~ literally no climate face off with Chang - just a pathetic boat ride and you get to pick one of your squad mates you dislike the most, and make them commit suicide. After that, nothing - nothing at all, game over man ~ game over. One of the major reasons why I primarily prefer single player campaigns on the PC these days, is simply because of rampant hacking in multiplayer games, already at the time of writing this short review, quite a few hackers have appeared since beta - and as any seasoned FPS players knows, it just takes one hacker in a game to ruin it.
While I do enjoy the odd jaunt into the chaos that is the gaming cybersphere, I do not do so frequently and certainly not with every game be it able or no. This was one of those games that I didn't bother with trying the online aspect. I've played enough Call of Duty to have realized that no matter what else comes out, it'll be more of that, so to speak. I like COD, but not online. So I play most games for the storyline and this was one of the weaker ones. Lots of flash- this game is pretty; the textures pop, the environments look almost photo-realistic at times, the weapons are varied and they don't all sound the same. The sound of brass hitting pavement has its own music about it- this game gets all that. Everything looks awesome, it really does. If I were to rate this game on visuals alone, it'd be a solid 9, real solid. Even on the 360 it was that good looking. But it had no soul, no substance...the story was as light as meringue and about as filling but not nearly as satisfying. Nothing at all memorable about it and maybe that's a testament to the type of gamer I'm becoming. I'm older than the average, having played video games since they first came out I have a longer perspective on the path that games have taken. Amazing when you think of it in those terms and in light of that, I have to conclude that this game is more than Fair, it is actually Good and so I call it.
This game continues on the same mechanics of BF3, and with it both the pros and cons. Some of the biggest problems with the game are with the map design, especially at the beginning of the match where it's just a bum-rush in Conquest which results in the enemy pinning your entire team. However, with friends there are shining moments in the multiplayer to share, from pushing through the enemy or holding the line. My only advice is to get the other dlc maps since most of the servers require them.
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