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- Only in Battlefield can you experience Levolution, changing the landscape in real-time with interactive environments that react to your every move.
- Only in Battlefield will you find the awe-inspiring power of the next generation Frostbite 3 engine, whose unrivaled audio and visual fidelity make your game more dramatic, more believable, and more human.
- Only in Battlefield can you experience an unmatched level of all-out war that grants you the freedom to play to your strengths and carve your own path to victory.
- Only in Battlefield do you have the power to dominate land, air and sea with all-new, intense water-based vehicle combat.
Battlefield 4 is the genre-defining action blockbuster made from moments that blur the line between game and glory. Fueled by the next-generation power and fidelity of Frostbite 3, Battlefield 4 provides a visceral, dramatic experience unlike any other.
Only in Battlefield can you demolish the buildings shielding your enemy. Only in Battlefield will you lead an assault from the back of a gun boat. Battlefield grants you the freedom to do more and be more while playing to your strengths and carving your own path to victory.
In addition to its hallmark multiplayer, Battlefield 4 features an intense, dramatic character-driven campaign that starts with the evacuation of American VIPs from Shanghai and follows your squad's struggle to find its way home.
There is no comparison. Immerse yourself in the glorious chaos of all-out war, found only in Battlefield.
- Supported OS: WINDOWS VISTA SP2 32-BIT (WITH KB971512 PLATFORM UPDATE)
- Processor: AMD ATHLON X2 2.8 GHZ / INTEL CORE 2 DUO 2.4 GHZ
- RAM: 4 GB
- Hard Disk: 30 GB
- Video Card: AMD RADEON HD 3870 / NVIDIA GEFORCE 8800 GT GRAPHICS x MEMORY: 512 MB
- Supported OS: WINDOWS 8 64-BIT
- Processor: AMD SIX-CORE CPU / INTEL QUAD-CORE CPU
- RAM: 8 GB
- Hard Disk: 30 GB
- Video Card: AMD RADEON HD 7870 / NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 660 - GRAPHICS MEMORY: 3 GB
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Coming from BF3 on my Asus gaming laptop, I was was blown away with the graphics and sounds of BF4. I was also blown away by the crazy loading times my Core i7 2.5GHz machine endured loading a map--painful. My friend's quad-core 3.6GHz XPS from 5 years or so ago loaded them faster. I ended up replacing them with a CybertronPC Minotaur:
120GB SSD (OS only)
2TB HDD (BF4 sits here)
PNY GTX 770 (everything on Ultra for BF4 at 1080 on a 24" AOC monitor)
Load times are greatly improved even though BF4 is on the standard HDD. It's literally night and day. Now I'm one of the first 5 or so to get into the map.
Game wise, BF4 (as of September 2014) runs smoothly. I've never crashed or be randomly disconnected. The environmental interactivity is just phenomenal. There is nothing like mowing down trees or bringing down a building full of people with C4 or a cruise missile as commander. The guns seem pretty well balanced other than shotguns. I seem to get two-shoot killed from 20 yards by them. It's insane to the point of being slightly annoying. My solution was to starting using a shotty myself.
Vehicles are great and the customization you can do is really nice. I'm quite fond of the Parcel map--or any map with the attack boats. There is something so satisfying as piloting those boats and raining down death to anything on land, in the air or floating on the water. I'm sure there were tons of problems at lunch (I recall reading about them); however, at this point, the game runs great (albeit slower on my weaker machine).
At this point, I only have the base game and there are no shortages of servers to play on. I am tempted to get Premium for the extra maps and vehicles (if there is a sale). Between this, TF2 and Hearthstone, I am a content gamer.
Battlefield 4 solved all of that, looks great, plays great and no stupid visual filters to ruin your fun. That being said, Battlefield 4 had TERRIBLE issues from the very beginning, it's like Beta testing did nothing, they released it with the same issues it had during the beta but have since fixed most of them and in the past few months I've been playing it on PC it's been a great experience and I haven't crashed a single time, unlike the seven times I crashed in a row in just two hours time when I first bought the game. The performance has also been DRASTICALLY improved, I went from 25-40FPS on Medium settings to 45-80FPS and it's been getting even better with every update. I don't believe games should be released before they're ready, the developers should take the time instead of trying to make quick money then damage controlling with patches and updates.
That being said, the game has some minor issues with online play, if you get someone with high ping there's a good chance you'll put two clips into him, die and then he dies five seconds after you die or it acts like your bullets never hit him when 80% of your shots show hit markers on screen and then you die by seemingly one or two bullets from pistol body shots but he lives. This doesn't always happen but it's annoying and BF3 had the same issues.
Story Mode is eh, BF3's was pretty nice, but BF4's seems rehashed, boring and for no good reason, very difficult at random times and you'll often times have moments where you won't get a mission update or objective update and go in blind until it decides to tell you what to do. But this review is mostly for multiplayer since most of you will be playing that over story mode.
Multiplayer has a great amount of customizations, all your weapons can have a paint scheme, vehicles can have paint schemes and so can your soldier. A lot of these have to be unlocked by means of Battle Packs though which is BF's equivalent of Team Fortress 2's Mann Co crates. It's not all that bad but you can tell it was EA/DICE money grubbing since you can purchase Battle Packs separately. Weapons can be customized with TONS of different addons from sights, stocks, barrells and bi-pods to lasers and flashlights and each section has a lot to choose from. Some weapon addons can also only be gotten through Battle Packs, you can get Battle Packs from leveling up and multiple items come from Battle Packs, not just single items so it's not all that bad. There are also quite a few grenades to choose from, haven't messed with them much besides the stock grenade and flash bangs. As for vehicles, there are currently jets, warthogs, jeeps, ATV's, dirt bikes, tanks and various helos like the Black Bird, Huey and the Apache. They control a lot more strict and less floaty than they did in BF3, it takes a bit to get used to how they feel, especially helicopters.
My BIGGEST gripe with Battlefield now is the fact that for the price, you get only half a game really and have to pay double the amount with DLC that adds OVER twice the ammount of content you got from paying full price for the game itself. There are only a handful of multiplayer maps with stock BF4 and with DLC which costs like $40-$50 or maybe $30 on sale AKA BF Premium it adds five times the amount of maps you get with the stock game plus added weapons and maybe some added vehicles.
Closing: Battlefield 4 is a great game for multiplayer but story mode is forgettable, short and sometimes frustrating. Multiplayer is where it's all at. I would recommend this game to any Battlefield fan or someone who wants more than CoD but less than Arma, I also highly suggest getting it on sale since you'll really want to get that DLC for multiplayer. I also highly recommend staying away from the PS3/X360 versions, they look bad, play okay but have a lot of issues. I would know, I mistakenly purchased the Xbox 360 version on Amazon instead of the PC version, luckily I have both consoles and a decent PC which I do most of my gaming on but man, the console version is baaaaad and I bought the game twice, shame on me.
tl;dr: The game is good now that most of the issues have been fixed, it's safe to buy and it's really fun for people looking to play multiplayer.
and i dont think it is the pc, i have phenom IIX4 965 6 gb ram ddr 3 1333mhz, and MSI RADEON 7870 OC EDITION so i think the pc isnt the reason to the game freezes.
For US$25 I got Battlefield 3 v1.5 - it looks about the same and it plays about the same. The single player campaign feels shorter but gameplay is more polished.
Hasn't crashed yet, but I imagine that's because I bought it well after launch. That's a lesson I learned from pre-ordering SimCity.