EA Digital Illusions CE announced about their 13th installment to Battlefield series back in July 2012. Recently, Battlefield 4, which is said to feature realistic vehicular combat and building destruction, has been hitting the headlines in the gaming world, when it got launched last week. EA released a series of official teasers, entitled "Prepare 4 Battle", leading up to the unveiling of the game at the Game Developers Conference, which was held on on March 26, 2013.
There is a new announcement confirming that the first person shooter, will be released by fall of 2013. There is even more excitement, Drone Strike premium expansion pack for the game has been revealed via leaked image of the game's marketing material.
Gameguru reports that they received confirmation from DICE regarding pre-order bonus for the game. Apparently, for those who pre-order the game from participating retailers, will be receiving premium expansion pack, free of charge. Fans can also pre-order the special deluxe edition, Battlefield 4 Digital Delux, which offer bonus in-game digital items and also gain access to the exclusive multiplayer beta. Reportedly, players that pre-orderBattlefield 4 Digital Deluxe on Origin will also receive the Premium expansion pack as well as access to the exclusive Battlefield 4 multiplayer beta.
The company has put up a 17 minute gameplay tailor showcasing jaw-dropping visuals and interactive, living environments of the game. Battlefield doesn't seem to shy away from brutally violent and destructive scenes. Indeed they weren't kidding, when they said the game features realistic combat sequences.
Battlefield 4 is expected to be released on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and next-gen consoles this fall. At the same time, PC version of the game are currently on pre-order at $60, with a $70 option that includes some smallerDLC items for dedicated players. Meanwhile, the price tag for the game on next-gen consoles have not been revealed by the gaming manufacturer yet.