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Battlefield 3 won vicious commend from both hardcore gamers and critics alike, and with a launch of Battlefield 4, strictly reliable by EA exec Frank Gibeau in Nov final year, now on a horizon, chances are we’ll be saying something fantastic come launch date.
But what exactly? Here are a latest rumours…
During a keynote debate during a University of Southern California in Nov final year, EA exec Frank Gibeau reliable a recover of a Battlefield 3 sequel, simply by saying: ‘There is going to be a Battlefield 4’.
Surprisingly, a proclamation was done usually dual weeks after a Battlefield 3 strike a shelves, a Metro reports. Despite confirming that Battlefield 4 would indeed be released, Gibeau unsuccessful to strew serve light on a title.
However, with a 6 year opening between Battlefield 2 and Battlefield 3, chances are we won’t be saying it on shelves any time soon.
Battlefield 3 arrived to many pushing when it launched behind in Oct final year, offered 5m units in a initial week alone. However, it unsuccessful to kick a some-more renouned Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, that sole a whopping 12m copies in a opening week – that’s a 7m difference, for those who don’t have their caluclators out.
While we competence not see a Battlefield 4 recover this year, Activision is sloping to recover Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 in Nov 2012, according to reports.
A ‘leaked’ post on a central Black Ops forum read: “This year, Call of Duty will lapse with a ninth complement with Black Ops 2. As approaching it will be following Treyarch’s before diversion Black Ops. Its recover date is set for a 6th of November.”
The central trailer for Battlefield 3 was expelled by DICE and EA a month before to a first-person shooter’s central launch.
We’re guessing that this could also be a box when a games giants start their PR expostulate to emanate hum around a title. We’ll keep we updated on any announcements should we hear any.
With so small rumours about, it’s formidable to envision usually what DICE has in store for a arriving Battlefield 4. However, that hasn’t stopped revolutionary fans from conjuring adult some ideas of their own.
Forums opposite a net are dirty with user recommendations, with many indicating during improved graphics, production and gameplay. Here are some of a favourites from N4G users.
tr00p3r: “If this is a next-gen title, we would usually like to see some-more of a same from BF3, though with improved graphics, like a lot improved than what we see during a moment. The gameplay is fine, so it doesn’t need too many work. More tanks, jeeps, jets, equipment, unlocks..gonna be epic if this is next-gen.”
Ares84HU: “In subsequent gen we wish improved graphics and production obviously. But we would adore to see 64 actor battles on consoles in a subsequent Battlefield diversion with loyal destruction. we feel that BF3 was a step behind from BFBC2 in a drop area that is unequivocally bad we consider since it was one of a biggest facilities we unequivocally desired in a game.”
Comments are all good, though how about a visible recommendation? Check out a video subsequent by Freddie Wong, who we can usually report as a REALLY overwhelming and artistic dude (possibly with too many time on his hands). His clip, that comes finish with Hollywood-like special effects, treats us to a image of usually how commune competence demeanour on Battlefield 4.
DICE could good be operative on a new Frostbite Engine - Frostbite Engine 2.0 debuted in Battlefield 3 – that will concede for some flattering high-def special effects (even improved than a one’s seen in Battlefield 3). However, we’re nonetheless to hear of any sum and will refurbish this post as and when we do.
According to a post on a Battlefield 4-dedicated blog thebattlefiedl4, DICE is scheming a diversion for next-gen consoles, with versions for a Xbox 720, Sony PS4 and even a Nintendo Wii U – all of that are approaching to be expelled possibly this or subsequent year – being considered, serve fuelling reports that we won’t be saying a Battlefield 4 recover in 2012.