Which one looks better?
EA have officially released the first gameplay footage for it’s upcoming first person shooter Battlefield 4 and it is looking absolutely phenomenal.
We had earlier reported that DICE are using Frostbite 3 engine for Battlefield 4 compared to the Frostbite 2 engine they used it 2011 for Battlefield 3.
First let’s check out the two games in comparison:
Battlefield 4 is running on Frostbite 3 which supports only DX 11 on the PC. As you can see from the two videos above, Battlefield 4 has a better tessellation technology along with an upgraded Destruction Engine 4.0. Characters have better animations with believable facial expressions and new the engine has improved the lighting by a massive margin.
Battlefield 3 (watch in HD).
Battlefield 4 (watch in HD).
You can also see better particle effects and bigger maps compared to the Battlefield 3. It will be interesting to see which direction DICE takes with regards to a bigger playing world. Whether it will be present for a level or two or throughout the game, remains to be seen. Just for your information, Battlefield 3 had several maps which could be considered as big but as we all know they were not. It was mostly a linear but excellent experience.
Judging by this 17 minute footage, I believe the single player campaign will be action packed. The campaign in Battlefield 3 was pretty underwhelming and it seems DICE are taking the correct steps regarding the same. But a lot remains to be seen.
Battlefield is coming out for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PS4 and PC. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more news and updates.
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