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EA Launches Battlefield 4 Site, Game Footage Coming Soon

Though EA announced that it had no plans to put the Battlefield series on a yearly release cycle and pit it in direct competition against Activision's Call of Duty, it's already unveiled a Battlefield 4 teaser page via the official Battlefield website. There's no harm in a little bit of really, really early pre-release hype.

For now, the Battlefield 4 page is empty beyond an interactive image that features a rain soaked window. Users can "wipe away" the rain to reveal a tank in the background.

The page also encourages users to sign up to unlock Battlefield 4 art. "The more fans who log in," reads the page, "the more we'll reveal."

The site also promises that a first look into gameplay will come on March 27th, smack in the middle of GDC. While the gameplay will likely be standard FPS mechanics—but who knows, maybe we'll be surprised—and won't be blowing anybody's mind, it'll also be a glimpse into just how good Battlefield will look for next-gen.

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  • TheBigTroll
    watch as EA make a good game out of this, but then pull another Sim City
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  • mandus
    why do i feel like the article writer is a retard ? it has been more than a year since BF3 release and they are just showing a teaser. the game could well be on 2 year release cycle which is PERFECT. (you can not possibly want a game to have over 2 years cycle, because that means you do not keep with the time and upgrade your game, it is like saying you want WoW without expansions)
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  • bigdragon
    I bet the medic still doesn't come with defibrillators by default and that this time they'll let you unlock them early by paying a microtransaction fee. It is the EA way.
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  • NuclearShadow
    I don't think it's going to differ much from BF3 sure, the next Microsoft and Sony console are coming out soon but for us PC gamers we actually for once got a far superior game with BF3.
    It's just not going to improve that much for us PC gamers not because it can't but rather they aren't going to focus on that. What I foresee is BF4 on the consoles are going to come close to looking like and with the larger maps that the PC version already has. Add in a new terrible single player campaign with it. Leaving little reason for PC gamers to make the switch.
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  • azraa
    I dont really feel the need for BF4 yet.
    Last expansion was released last week I believe and even so, there are lots of new players coming by and servers being started. They can easily keep up 1 year from now.

    On the other hand, as long as they keep improving the Frostbite and releasing a new Battlefield featuring such improvements, I will prefer always to wait instead of replaying with the same graphics.
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  • bak0n
    Unless they make it rated T I'll keep playing Battlefield 2 with my nieces and nephews kkthx.
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  • anxiousinfusion
    Oh boy! It's been such a long time since a military shooter has been released -_-
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  • edogawa
    Larger squads, no micro-transactions, commander, bigger maps, no pay to earn all gear, more players on map, PC development is priority, more vehicles, future setting(2143).

    These are some of the things I desire.
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  • atminside
    please please let there be more than just the F-18, F-35 and SU-35 fighter jets...would like a little more that....say F-15, J-10, F-16, Su-27, mig-29....Certainly don't want it to be like HAWX but it would be nice to have a little bit more variety. Maybe make a skill class system where you earn not just weapons upgrades but unlocks to better jets?
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  • blackjackcf
    manduswhy do i feel like the article writer is a retard ? it has been more than a year since BF3 release and they are just showing a teaser. the game could well be on 2 year release cycle which is PERFECT. (you can not possibly want a game to have over 2 years cycle, because that means you do not keep with the time and upgrade your game, it is like saying you want WoW without expansions)
    You're right, my apologies. I forgot that BF3 came out in 2011 and not 2012. For some reason, I felt like BF3 only came out last year... where have all the years gone?!

    - Catherine Cai
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