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Rumour: EA Invite Points to Imminent Battlefield 4 Reveal

Posted by Sammy Barker

Bringing out the big guns

Colours can communicate so much. If we see something red, we tend to think of danger. If we see something green, we tend to think of safety. And if we see something teal and orange, we definitely think of Battlefield. IGN has been invited to a top-secret EA event on 26th March, which seems like it could be for the upcoming Battlefield 4.

As the publication points out, the invite itself boasts a similar colour palette to Battlefield 3’s box art – a scheme that’s become almost iconic for the series over the past year or so. Last month, retailers got their very first glimpse at the sequel, prompting many to speculate that the game would show up during Sony's big PlayStation 4 blowout. It never appeared, with EA insinuating that it would rather hold its own reveal events.

We’re guessing that this is it. Last year, the publisher announced new Battlefield 3 DLC and Medal of Honor: Warfighter at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Incidentally, this event is set to take place during this year’s show. Are you excited by the prospect of a new Battlefield game? Let us know in the comments section below.

[via uk.ign.com]

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User Comments (2)

rastamadeus

#1

rastamadeus said:

Only had a quick go on Battlefield 3 a few days ago, not enough to judge the whole game, I know, and I would like a proper go but I have to admit I really wasn't impressed. Just seemed to be a soldier FPS by numbers to me. I guess it's good news for fans but it's just like a new COD, isn't it? Causals will buy it, fanboys will have a wank and for the rest of us the world will keep spinning.

NathanUC

#2

NathanUC said:

@rastamadeus
I was really disappointed with the single player content in BF3 compared to BF2. Unfortunately, I'm sure the sp content in BF4 will be even worse. It's a FPS that focuses heavily on multiplayer. Short of MAG and KZ2/3, BF3 is easily next in line for top multiplayer FPS I think. CoD really doesn't compare due to far too many imbalances and poor map design. I look at it this way: You can enjoy code for 30 minutes at a time. You can enjoy BF3 for hours on end.

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