It's been a mere two years since we first played Battlefield 3. Since then, we've fought through many different multiplayer maps, expansions that brought the action to dizzying new heights and reduced entire regions to rubble thanks to the Frostbite engine. In Battlefield 4, the newest iteration of the series, we're promised more of what makes Battlefield unique among first-person shooters in today's market. We hope that the new Frostbite 3 engine won't mean that our expectations will crumble as easily as the buildings in the game.
This week, a few next-gen launch titles were delayed into 2014, drawing the groans of gamers eagerly anticipating the likes of Watch Dogs and Driveclub. However, that ire would have likely been worse had DICE followed through on potential plans to delay Battlefield 4 on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox One.
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