“Unscripted, controller-dropping moments”? Yeah that sounds about right.
Is it me, or is Battlefield 4 is getting more and more impressive? The game not only has a single-player campaign that actually has actual characters this time around, but it has a multiplayer mode to die for- and with all the trimmings. Vehicles of every type, enough weaponry to stock an armory, Commander Mode and Levolution.
EA says they want to blur the line between game and glory and that’s definitely something that Battlefield 4 looks more than capable of handling. Look for it on store shelves on October 29th for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC (and on the 31st in Europe) and then on November 22nd for the Xbox One and PS4.