EA unveils 17 minutes of Battlefield 4 gameplay

battlefield4-banner-1Enough with the teases, and the rain soaked screens, and the six second clips on Vine.  Battlefield 4 has been officially unveiled in a big way.  A whopping 17 minutes of gameplay has been released, and you can watch it by reading on.

You many recall that teaser site that EA opened last week, promising a big reveal on March 27th.  Well, that day has come and EA has delivered.  The gameplay video runs a little over 17 minutes, and can be seen below.  A warning, though: it’s pretty much nonstop ultra-realistic carnage and profanity.  So if that’s not your thing, you might want to skip it.
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By now, the “OMG is that CG?” thing has become a little stale, but… no, that wasn’t CG.  That was all in-game footage, made possible by the new Frostbite 3 game engine from developer DICE.  According to the press release from EA, Battlefield 4 will be released this fall, and will all but certainly be available for both current and next generation hardware.  Head on over to the Battlefield website to check out a behind the scenes look at the game’s reveal, and the numerous pre-order options available.


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