We just got a sneak peek at the popular Battlefield 4 console game from Frostbite running on an iPad. Frostbite is a popular gaming engine that has been powering console games for a while and has just recently been used for mobile games as well.
The Battlefield series is among the foremost in the modern gaming industry, and if you've been tempted to try out Battlefield 4, now's your best opportunity in which to do so. For one week, the title will be available to play for free via Origin Game Time, and we've got all of the specific details right here.
Of the next-gen console launch titles, Battlefield 4 is - along with Call of Duty: Ghosts - the one that gamers are perhaps most looking forward to enjoying on the new hardware. As the gaming faithful continues to make decisions regarding whether to get the PlayStation 4 or the Xbox One, it does appear that Battlefield 4 fans will be getting some exciting Kinect integration should they choose the Microsoft console. The new and improved motion sensor will allow Battlefield 4 players to perform real-life, real-time peeking and leaning throughout, as well as using its voice detection feature to process voice commands.
The frantic holiday shopping season typically kicks into overdrive during November and usually involves consumers picking up the latest and greatest tech to be offered by some of the world's largest household names. This year's focus will undoubtedly be front and center on the gaming industry, with Sony and Microsoft both pushing out new consoles during November, both of which will benefit from exceptional titles like Battlefield 4. But which platform will render the game better?
Having the chance to try your hand at an upcoming, highly-anticipated title, is a reward for a die hard gamer in itself, but when the title is something like Battlefield 4, things get all the more exciting. That’s exactly what EA has done with the massively popular franchise, particularly the next-gen title in the series. Battlefield 4 beta has been made available to all interested, and across all the three major platforms, namely PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Piqued your interest? Read on to find out more.
Having waxed lyrical about its special relationship with Microsoft at the company's Xbox One reveal earlier, Electronic Arts has just confirmed that one of its most highly successful franchises is set to get its very own Xbox One outing later this year.
Last Summer, Electronic Arts announced Battlefield 4, and with the special event for the title having just been held, the company has released an incredible 17 minutes of in-game footage. It features plenty of combat, a preview of some of the weaponry, and stunning visuals offering a timely reminder of why gaming fans are looking forward to the next installment of the legendary first-person shooter franchise. The title is set to release this fall for PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, and running on the Frostbite 3 engine, will evidently deliver a cutting-edge gaming experience. More details and video after the jump.
By means of a press release, Electronic Arts has officially announced Battlefield 4, and noted a beta release will be made available in fall 2013. Additionally, those pre-ordering Medal of Honor Warfighter Limited Edition will be granted free access to the Battlefield 4 beta, and although the game is quite a significant way away, EA has stated more details regarding Battlefield 4 will be revealed in due course.