DICE is making some changes to the Battlefield 4 gameplay experience. In a blog post on the game’s official website, there will be changes to the games user interface to improve the overall gameplay experience that will make Battlefield 4 even more intuitive and centralized. As a result, Battlefield will have an altered UI that will improve the experience for players, and they will get relevant content brought to their attention in a much quicker fashion.
A gamer who goes by the YouTube handle of jackfrags Battlefield 4 has found a deeply hidden Easter egg for Battlefield 4. The Easter egg is unlockable in the Dragon Valley map, which is quite interesting. It’s a secret camo skin.
EA and DICE have announced a free DLC pack for Battlefield 4 that will be coming later this year with the Battlefield 4 Legacy Operations DLC. You can check out some new gameplay footage in the Operations DLC playtesting video below.
Who said you can’t teach an old game some new tricks? EA and EA Digital Illusions CE officially announced that Battlefield 4, a game originally released in 2013, will receive a new free DLC pack called Community Operations. The DLC is scheduled for a release later this fall and is based off the Community Map Project that started earlier this year. After the Battlefield 4 team processed player feedback, tallied votes and worked on the new map, the Battlefield 4 Community Operations DLC pack is the result.
“When you talk, we listen, and when we heard that the Battlefield community wanted a new night map, we set out to make this idea a reality. It’ll be coming in Battlefield 4 Night Operations, hitting the Battlefield in September 2015.”
Speaking to Gamesindustry.biz, DICE producer David Sirland has said that the studio is aware how they have lost the trust of some of their players following the difficult launch of Battlefield 4 last year. Sirland admitted that the franchise brand had been damaged by the issues that stopped many players enjoying the game and that they were doing everything they could to make sure that there would be no repeat in the future.
Visceral Games, the developer behind games the hit series Dead Space, has stated that it is working hard to ensure that Battlefield: Hardline does not repeat the problems that plagued Battlefield 4 at launch. Speaking in an interview with Game Revolution at the Tokyo Game Show, creative director Ian Milham went into detail about the steps the studio is taking to make sure that the game works as intended at launch.
EA has announced that its new subscription-based game service is now available to all Xbox One users. Players can download the app from the Xbox Live Store and choose their subscription package to get access to a variety of EA published games. There are two different levels available, a $4.99 a month option and a yearly subscription that costs $30.
Right now you can get a standard copy of Battlefield 3 completely free on EA’s digital distribution platform Origin. According to the game’s listing on Origin, the cost is at a 100% discount off the regular $19.99.
Geoff Keighley has revealed via Twitter that EA will be showing off at least six brand new games to the world. The press conference will be streamed live across Twitch, Spike TV and on the official EA website on June 9, allowing those not attending to get a glimpse of the publisher’s upcoming titles. One of those titles is apparently an unannounced “major new game” built using Frostbite 3. That is the same engine used to power Battlefield 4.
In an interview with EA TV, conducted during yesterday’s Battlefield 4 Gamescom live stream, DICE’s Creative Director Lars Gustavsson talked about a dedicated game mode that will let Battlefield 4 players perfect their combat performance away from the unforgiving realm of competitive multiplayer.(more…)
Developer DICE has revealed details about the campaign of their upcoming first person shooter, Battlefield 4, on the Battlefield blog. And along with the campaign details, they have also included two high quality renders of the heroes involved in the story.(more…)