Battlefield 4 – Xbox One

Battlefield 4 - Xbox One

  • Only in Battlefield can you change the landscape in real-time with interactive environments that react to your every move.
  • Only in Battlefield will you find the awe-inspiring power of the next generation Frostbite 3 engine, whose unrivaled audio and visual fidelity make your game more dramatic, more believable, and more human.
  • 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 own path to victory.
  • Only in Battlefield do you have the power to dominate land, air and sea with all-new, intense water-based vehicle combat.
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 oth List Price: $ 19.99 Price: $ 15.25

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  • Jared - Mr Everything says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    What Could Have Been a #1 Game Plagued by Apparent Irresponsibility, September 2, 2014
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    I’d like to start off by saying I first had Battlefield 4 on the PS3 and as soon as I started playing it on Xbox One I was absolutely amazed at how good the graphics are and how smoothly it ran. It literally feels like you’re controlling a solider with a camera on their helmet in real life. I have never played a Battlefield that was on a console that could properly handle it without screen tearing or frame rate drops until playing Battlefield on the Xbox One.

    When I first got BF4 on the PS3 in November it was the only game I ever owned that you tried to play it and it wouldn’t work, you couldn’t join a match and you’d have to try over and over dozens of times until it would find a match and sometimes it would freeze half way or kick you out mid-match. From the reviews it seemed the Xbox One version also had these problems early on. By now most major problems have been fixed but there are still some annoying little bugs I experience. I mainly play TDM but unlike COD I actually enjoy all of Battlefield’s game modes and once I started playing conquest I did experience the weird bug where you are stuck in the sky and have to respawn to get out of it.

    There are still little annoyances like your classes being switched to older ones and having to re apply (which is made so much harder since you can’t access them in the game menus or after the match but only in game.) Other things are where your laser sight doesn’t remember if you had it toggled on or off after a respawn or how the dog tags and other notifications for equipment never go away so you don’t really know what you’ve earned that’s new, among other bugs but unlike the ones early on these don’t ruin the game totally.

    I only played a few missions of the campaign on the PS3. It doesn’t seem like a ground breaking story but I do like it so far and find it more believable than a COD story. I haven’t finished it so I don’t know if the campaign is as short as others say it is. I can say that at least since they put XP-like score based achievements in the campaign it makes it worth replaying until you can do well enough on each mission to unlock the more valuable achievement which is an idea I really like to bring a concept that keeps people hooked playing multiplier to the story.

    I’m satisfied with the on disc maps so I don’t care about the DLC and especially since the game was broken from the start I don’t think DICE or EA deserves the extra money from a game release they clearly didn’t take seriously. Unlike Ghosts though, Battlefield 4 had a much better next gen debut and I enjoy it much more than Ghosts. It looks better, sounds better, plays better and that makes it worth a purchase. I still find COD more addicting and play it more but over all I like Battlefield more. There isn’t a counter to know how many people are online when you are playing but it never feels empty like Ghosts does on the Xbox One.

    At the current used price Battlefield 4 is definitely worth the purchase for showing the great graphics these new consoles are capable of and shows how close a FPS can get to true realism compared to many other ones which don’t come as close. However it needs to kept in mind that the game was released nearly unplayable and still has some bugs so I don’t think it’s worth buying the DLC. I also don’t think EA or DICE deserves the reward of having Battlefield Hardline pre-ordered or buying the Season Pass. They need to prove they actually take their games seriously so I hope that is the reason they have delayed Hardline to make sure they get it right this time. Either way I wouldn’t suggest buying it new but rather waiting and see if they can redeem themselves and publish a working game since Battlefield already has all the elements of a great shooter if they can make it as reliable as a Call of Duty. Until then I think having Battlefield 4 is still a good choice.

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  • D. Alvarado says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    First and Last Battlefield, March 6, 2014
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    Between game-breaking glitches (ie., hitting a checkpoint right as you die and needing to restart the level), lost game save files (still a problem), frustrating hit detection online, issues connecting to games online, new glitches being presented with each subsequent patch, and the fact that these issues still exist 3 months after launch, this will be my first and last Battlefield title. I played the Titanfall beta more in 5 days than Battlefield in 3 months because of all the issues with this game. It is clear that DICE and EA released an incomplete product in the interest of launching with next-gen consoles, and the experience has been atrocious. They probably could have used another 6 months to get the game into stable condition, but I’ve given up on this game and the franchise.
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