News of Battlefield 4 leaked ahead of schedule, it seems, as EA have now officially revealed that those pre-ordering Medal of Honor: Warfighter will receive beta access to Battlefield 4.
EA have said the Battlefield 4 beta will take place ‘fall 2013’, and more details are forthcoming. Players who pre-order Warfighter will receive beta access, much like Medal of Honor pre-orders came with Battlefield 3 beta access.
It’s no surprise that EA would be producing a new Battlefield – with the yearly releases of rival Activision’s Call of Duty series, EA instead opt to alternate their yearly releases between Battlefield and Medal of Honor. If EA sticks to this, presumably Battlefield 4 would release in 2014, bringing into question whether the game will be current or next-gen.
If Battlefield 4 is next-gen, then we could also possibly see it released across both current and next-gen consoles, since the beta would presumably be accessed on current-gen. This, obviously, isn’t a concern for PC.
EA have plans to release DLC packs for Battlefield 3 up until March 2013, so if you were going to pay out for them, maybe it’s time to reconsider.
You can watch a developer’s commentary of Warfighter multiplayer with a nod to the Battlefield 4 beta here:
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