One of the biggest “only in Battlefield 4 lures is a promise made by EA and developer DICE that the game will support 64 player multiplayer gameplay and run at a smooth 60 frames-per-second while doing it. That’s a bold claim that EA has just reiterated considering Activision’s Call of Duty: Ghosts has had issues running at 60 frames-per-second without a massive number of players piled on top.
Battlefield 4 is no doubt one of the “must-own” PlayStation 4 or Xbox One games that will be available at each console’s launch. The PS4 version will be ready to pick up in stores beginning this upcoming Tuesday, November 12, while the Xbox One version will drop on November 19. Both versions will be available to own three days before their respective consoles arrive.
If you want more reason to pick up Battlefield 4 as a next-gen launch title, check out EA’s new blog series 64 Reasons to Play Battlefield 4 on Next-Gen.