Battlefield 4 News
News Download All of Battlefield 4's Expansions Free on PS4
Get all five packs without paying a penny
Battlefield 4's been on sale for some stupidly low prices on the PlayStation Store lately, and if you want to really take advantage of the title's deep discounts, then you'll probably want to nab all of its DLC for free. EA has made all five (!) of the outing's expansions complimentary on the PlayStation 4...
E3 2016 EA Play Hosting Charity Initiative, Play to Give
Five charities to benefit from
Hidden away among the game announcements and gameplay –or, er, behind the scenes footage – EA unveiled a new scheme entitled Play to Give. During the publisher's pre-E3 2016 event, EA Play, gamers will be able to try and complete various challenges across a handful of games, earning in-game rewards in the process...
News There's Free Battlefield DLC on the PlayStation Store
Is your trigger finger quivering in anticipation for Battlefield's planned reveal this week? Well, the ever-generous EA – eager, we assume, to avoid another year voted as the worst organisation in the world – is giving away Battlefield 4's Dragon Teeth and Battlefield Hardline's Robbery DLC for free. The snag? The promotion hasn't...
News Relive Dragon Valley with Battlefield 4: Legacy Operations
DICE start work on the next Battlefield, too
For a game that came out over two years ago, Battlefield 4 is amazingly still being supported, despite developer DICE working on Star Wars Battlefront [And Mirror's Edge Catalyst! - Ed] as well. In what could be a final Battlefield 4 farewell, DICE announced in a new trailer that a free download, called...
News New Battlefield 4 Patch Released, Community Operations Out Now
War has changed
Battlefield 4, a game that released exactly two years ago tomorrow, is still being supported by developers DICE, in the way of a new 4GB patch on the PlayStation 4. This includes a plethora of tweaks and changes to vehicles, with ground vehicles given better mobility and countermeasures, air vehicles now having below radar support...
News What Happens When Battlefield 4 Meets Independence Day?
Not that Independence Day
Battlefield 4 may be more broken than world politics, but that’s not stopping EA Games from celebrating Independence Day in style. Swedish studio DICE has added a slew of firework displays, patriotic jet trails, and glitter to the Dawnbreaker map in its maligned first-person shooter, all of which seem perfectly...
News EA Apologies for "Unacceptable" Battlefield 4 Issues, But Will Continue To "Push The Boundaries" At All Costs
Company doesn't want to take the Call of Duty route
When Battlefield 4 went toe-to-toe with Call of Duty: Ghosts late last year, EA's offering was found somewhat wanting. While the game's multiplayer mode was a revelation — with "emergent" gameplay and rapidly changing arenas — the title was blighted by issues which prevented players from...
News Battlefield 4's Megalodon Easter Egg Makes a Massive Splash
Made our Jaws drop
Speculation regarding a hidden shark in Battlefield 4 has been rife for months now, and it’s finally surfaced as part of the modern military shooter’s recently released Naval Strike expansion pack. The secret was discovered by popular YouTube user ‘jackfrags’, who traced back promotional videos, campaign dialogue, and old...
Weirdness Battlefield 4 Would Like You to Know All About the Need for Speed Movie
In a spin
Like it or not, advertising is becoming a part of console gaming. Sony may have been eager to avoid it on the PlayStation 3’s dashboard, but the ‘What’s New’ area of the PlayStation 4 is packed with promotions for upcoming titles and films. And it’s only a matter of time before that section gets stuffed with Axe deodorant and...
News Battlefield 4 Is Finally Getting Tuned Up on PS4
Let's hope this works
If you've been affected by Battlefield 4's rather unstable multiplayer on PlayStation 4, you'll be happy to know that a patch is marching your way to provide support. The update, which includes a number of stability and balance fixes, will hopefully put an end to some of the crippling bugs and glitches that have been plaguing...
News Battlefield 4's PS4 Problems Put DICE's Future Projects on Ice
Got to have Faith
You know that you’ve got it bad when you have to put all of your upcoming projects on hold because the one that you initially released last month doesn’t actually work. Battlefield 4 is a top-notch first-person shooter on the PlayStation 4, but it’s currently riddled with technical issues that are affecting the majority of...
News Current Sales of Assassin's Creed IV and Battlefield 4 Are Dead in the Water
Next-gen may not be to blame
It should come as no surprise that the current-gen versions of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and Battlefield 4 are not selling as well as previous entries. After all, who wants to buy a game on an ageing console when they can wait a few weeks for the superior next-gen version? But a recent report from MCV reveals that...
News Alright, Let's Watch Battlefield 4 Boot Out of the PS4's Interface
Scraping the red barrel
The expiration of Battlefield 4’s next generation review embargo has revealed a few tasty morsels regarding the state of the PlayStation 4 today, but we figured that you may like to wash it all down with a brief glimpse at the next generation console’s user interface in action. The fine folks over at CVG have posted a...
News Battlefield 4 Commands Next-Gen Advantage on PS4
World War III
Forget the conflict at the heart of Battlefield 4 – and the fact that the first-person shooter is almost certain to sell more copies on current generation formats – because it’s the comparisons between the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of DICE’s latest deployment that are destined to flare up tempers throughout the rest...
News Battlefield 4's Story Trailer Punches a Dog in the Chops
Is that even allowed?
Featuring some stunning visuals, plenty of shouting, loads of explosions, and a large man punching a dog in the face, it's probably safe to say that Battlefield 4's newest trailer is going to be remembered for one thing. But let's not let that single talking point get in the way of an otherwise enjoyable video. While it's...
News You'll Need Your PS3 Discs to Play Discounted PS4 Upgrades
No way to game the system
Assuming that you have about as much patience as a Venus flytrap, you’ll be able to buy some of this year’s biggest PlayStation 3 games safe in the knowledge that it will only cost you $9.99/£9.99 to upgrade to the PlayStation 4 version. However, as part of a detailed explanation on the PlayStation Blog, Sony clarified...
News You'll Be Able to Transfer Your Battlefield 4 Progress to PS4, Too
Never one to miss out on an opportunity to rain on the competition’s parade, DICE has confirmed that you’ll be able to transfer your Battlefield 4 multiplayer progress from the PlayStation 3 to the PlayStation 4 – just like in Call of Duty: Ghosts. A strategically timed PlayStation Blog post revealed the news earlier today,
News Battlefield 4 Proves That One Screen Is Never Enough
You'll get square eyes
If you’re the type of person that shuts off your laptop, tablet, and smartphone while you’re sitting down for a quiet session with your favourite PlayStation platform, then you’re totally doing it wrong. Battlefield 4 wants you to have every gadget that you own sitting in front of you, running maps, geolocation...
News You May Be Able to Play Battlefield 4 with a Mouse and Keyboard on PS4
Next generation, classic controls
Sony’s impressively ergonomic DualShock 4 controller may be snugger than a Cheryl Cole branded onesie, but it’s still unlikely to appeal to elitists. Those gamers that would rather play with rusty chainsaws than dual analogue sticks are much more likely to be wooed by WASD support – and Battlefield 4 on the...
E3 2013 Watch the World Burn in Battlefield 4 Gameplay Footage
Massive action game
Activision’s quickly running out of excuses for Call of Duty: Ghosts’ disappointing visuals. While we’ve given the franchise the benefit of the doubt on the basis of its superior framerate in the past, DICE has now confirmed that Battlefield 4 will run at 60 frames-per-second on the PlayStation 4. Furthermore, it will do so...
News Oh, Battlefield 4 Is Definitely Deploying on the PlayStation 4
Microsoft and EA may have embarked upon a secretive romance, but that's not stopping Battlefield 4 from targeting the PlayStation 4. The publisher officially confirmed the news earlier this evening, noting that more will be shown at E3. We've sort of known that the game's coming to Sony's next generat
News Battlefield 4 Footage Shows Its Bright Eyes, Gets a Little Bit Terrified
Living in a powder keg and giving off sparks
The last thing we expected from Battlefield 4’s first trailer was a blast of Bonnie Tyler, but that’s exactly how this 17 minute gameplay demo opens. Lead protagonist Recker finds himself trapped inside a sinking vehicle with three of his squadmates – sadly, one of them has to be sacrificed in order...
News Battlefield 4 Screenshots Take Flight Ahead of Full Reveal
Developers should know not to upload screenshots prior to a big announcement – someone will always find them. These shots of Battlefield 4 were discovered by a slew of NeoGAF users on the series' official website. We’re guessing that they weren’t supposed to trickle free just yet. Whoops. In truth, there’s not a whole lot...
News Battlefield 4 Teaser Trailer Takes a Trip Underwater
No accusations, just friendly crustaceans
Remember that episode of The Simpsons where Homer suggests that his family should start a new life under the sea? Well, this brand new Battlefield 4 teaser is nothing like that, but we needed to find a way to add a few extra words to this article so figured that we’d bring it up anyway. Seriously, that’s...
News DICE Deploys Battlefield 4 Website Ahead of Next Week's Reveal
Page is pretty wet
If you’re the sort of person that can’t resist smearing smudgy sketches on condensed windows, then we don’t recommend visiting this Battlefield 4 website – it may just consume your day. The site – which promises to reveal more artwork if you sign in – allows you to rub the water off a wet window with your mouse,...
Rumour Could Battlefield 4 on PS4 Boast 64 Player Maps?
We hope that you're ready to respawn
The brute power of the PlayStation 4 may allow Battlefield 4 to seriously up the ante, as a report regarding the soon-to-be-revealed shooter has hinted at the return of 64 player maps. While the PC version of Battlefield 3 already boasted similarly sized arenas, PS3 players were forced to settle for significantly...
News Battlefield 4 Artwork Braves a Torrential Downpour
A soggy glance at DICE's upcoming shooter
Embedded above is your very first look at Battlefield 4 ahead of its full reveal at GDC next week. The image – uncovered by seasoned snoops All Games Beta – looks remarkably similar to Battlefield 3 artwork, but the big four in the centre of t
News EA Games to Deploy Battlefield 4 Details on 26th March
Publisher planning a barrage of information
EA Games will blow Battlefield 4’s doors wide open on 26th March in San Francisco. The publisher has sent out a slew of official invites to North American outlets, confirming the impending reveal of the first-person shooter. A similar ‘Save the Date’ invite teased the title’s announcement last...
Rumour EA Invite Points to Imminent Battlefield 4 Reveal
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...
News Could Battlefield 4 Blast Its Way into Sony's PlayStation Meeting?
Battlefield 4 could have Sony’s hotly anticipated PlayStation Meeting in its sights, if a series of teasing Tweets are to be believed. GameStop gaffer Paul Raines started the speculation overnight, announcing that he’d been privy to a behind-the-scenes demo of the upcoming first-person shooter. “Got to see Battlefield 4 today and...