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  • Platform: Windows 7 / Vista
  • Media: DVD-ROM
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Platform: PC | Edition: Limited Edition
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  • ASIN: B00C0W6N84
  • Release Date: 1 Nov. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (309 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,908 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:PC  |  Edition:Limited Edition

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Only in Battlefield

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 will you blow the foundations of a dam or reduce an entire skyscraper to rubble. Only in Battlefield will you lead a naval 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 and 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.

KEY FEATURES

  • Only in Battlefield can you experience Levolution, changing the landscape in real-time with interactive environments that react to your every move, ensuring no two matches are ever alike.
  • Only in Battlefield will you find the awe-inspiring power of the next generation Frostbite 3 engine, delivering unmatched visual and audio fidelity, superior character animations and dynamic destruction running at a smooth 60 frames-per-second.
  • 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 path to victory with up to 64 players online.
  • Only in Battlefield do you have the power to dominate land, air and sea with all-new, intense water-based vehicle combat.
  • Only in Battlefield will you lead your squad in Commander Mode, where you’ll take point and turn the tides of battle from the edge of your seat or on the go with your tablet.


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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Limited Edition
Didn't buy the game from here but still deserves a review.

BF4 is most definitely the best shooting game out this year, and despite the mishaps we had at launch they have managed to fix 90% of the problems very quickly, don't bother listening to people ranting on how the game crashes every 10 minutes, have played nearly a hundred hours since launch and have only had around 5 crashes, most of them were probably my fault anyway.

Game is runing well on my gtx 660, can run game on almost max settings at well over 60 fps (could run max but at 45fps), my only major problem is that headcamping is still in the game but not much you can do about that, and the netcode and hit detection, other than this it is probably one of the best games this year.

Definately worth the £25 price tag.
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After 20 years of playing numerous FPS titles, this is the most frustrating game I've ever played. It has the worst AI I have experienced. Every enemy will target you, even if you are surrounded by an army. They will ignore other members of your squad, even if your squad is shooting them from close range. Your squad will often ignore enemy right in front or beside them. When your squad do decide to shoot an enemy, the enemy won't actually die until you shoot them yourself. You can command your squad where to fire, but it doesn't make any difference to the outcome.I usually play FPS as a lone gunman (Crysis, COD, MOH, etc) and I might as well be for what use the squad is. They are there for the cut scenes and storyline, and only die if that storyline demands it. Checkpoints are set too far apart considering the amount you have to accomplish to reach the next one, so you are condemned to repeat the same ground over and over.
The great shame is, this could have been great. The graphics are very clear and highly detailed, with a good variety of locations. There is a decent story running through it, though some of the cut scenes are over-long. They are, however, very well produced. Gameplay is very good apart from the terrible AI. I enjoyed Battlefield 3 and will play it again in the future, but I doubt I will ever replay this one.
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Had a lot of fun however, it's becoming a habit that Battlefield titles are releasing with terrible rubberbanding and bugs and DLC gets pumped out while the game is still broken. How the next title is out and BF4 is still broken.

The game releases at £35 and instantly you can buy premium. Without it you feel you aren't getting the full gaming experience. So on release I'm feeling like I need to spend over £60 just to play the full game.

Not only that, it is pay to win as you can put money in the game to allow you to rank up faster and use better guns and gain access to unlocks. Not only that but simply the most powerful guns in the game require DLC to have access too. They're not even restricted to the DLC maps. On release, people are top of the leaderboard for buying better weapons so you withstand, rank up and gain the experience and get the same guns for DLC to release and, yet again, people have better guns than you and you have to inject money to have an even fight.

After all this, the game is still broken.

My last battlefield title since the money is not worth the product quality. The game is still lots of fun with friends however, real shame.
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As per title, I really did want to like this game. It's the best looking game at the moment on PC and put's hardware to the limit which isn't something that often happens in todays gaming market. Even on low this game is pretty demanding in the grand scheme of PC gaming. The game is beautiful and alot of work has gone into making this game look fantastic and it really does show that DICE wanted to make this into something special.

I hate to talk about the game bugs because that's what everyone else has focused on but I feel I have too, I brought the game for PC under the impression that the last 2 major patches have solved the problems allot of people talk about and to an extent the game does work better. There are no more sound glitches, graphical bugs and less crashing related to in game code. The problem now is the fix to the game code has broken the net code.

Playing online is very stressful because you can never be sure if you will make it to the end of the round. Not because you have pressing matters to attend to, but you can never guess if you will be disconnected due to poor net code. The client often drops the connection for no reason (even if you have a sound internet connection), you often can't connect to any game due to "something went wrong" error & a client has stopped communicating error. It's a real mess.

When it does work and I get to play a couple of rounds the game is a must buy... but with these game breaking bugs still looming over the game, I can't say it's a purchase at the moment.
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As always yet another iteration of EA's Battlefield contains more bugs than my windscreen driving on a hot summers day.
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This game has so much potential. While playing it, you can feel that the game would be fun, with loads going on in the game. However, the game has now been out for 6 months and it still does not play out right. Battlefield 3 got a lot of flack for its poor "netcode" and hit detection, but I can assure you that going back to BF3 after playing this feels so much better. Dying around corners, in one hit, or being "Killed In Action" are commonplace in this game, and it is just incredibly frustrating. DICE has put a lot of work into updating this game after release, and the initial 50% crash rate (that is objectively measured, not an exaduration) has gone down to the rare (but still present) DirectX crashes. However, most of the updates have felt like one step forwards, two steps back. This game needed more Quality Assurance before launch, and each update needs more QA: An update which was supposed to fix killcams actually made them unreliable and they often showed the wrong thing. No self-respecting studio would release that, although DICE did fix it within a couple of months. A community test environment has now been set up to allow selected players to test some of the fixes before they are released, but it is too little too late for this game. It is unlikely that it will actually resolve the major flaws with the game this late into development.
There are a lot of good things in the game, notably the massive customisation options, the vehicles, and the gunplay. However, the "netcode" makes these underwhelming, and there are a number of other issues with the gameplay which take away from the fun.
Commander mode was advertised as a selling point of this game, and presented as making it more tactical and fun.
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