So do you love to see the annihilating environment in the Battlefield 4? I bet you do.
The video is brought to you by popular YouTube commentator Kpopp shedding light on the elements surrounding the destruction aspect in Battlefield 4.
The biggest highlight of the video in discussion is the manner in which things get devastated. The destruction and damage caused by those firearms create an unimaginable warfare experience.
We do realize that graphics of a particular game don’t make much of the whole game which is factual in a way but it can certainly alter the whole gameplay experience.
Hiding perfectly in an area whereas enemies showering you with bullets and eventually using explosives to lure you out of your hiding pit and forcing you to change your position before the whole building collapses on your head is something that adds a lot of flavor into the game.
The whole multiplayer environment of Battlefield 4 is also one of its kind. It really gives you the feel like you are really a part of an on-going warfare. The game takes advantage of its greyish-brown hue signaling towards the excessive amount of dust and waste in the atmosphere as a result of those massive destruction of buildings and aircrafts.
It is another advantage that Battlefield 4 palyers have over Call of Duty: Ghosts fans which is (more or less) yet again taking a stall, stifled and iterated approach when it comes to environment.
However, fans should keep in mind that all of this information does not necessarily hold true for console ports as well whether it be current-gen or next-gen. There is no doubt that both Xbox One and Playstation 4 have taken a leap in terms of hardware and technology, many of the reviewers especially TrustedReviews say that the demo we saw was being played on a PC using an AMD Radeon HD 7990.
Needless to say that the E3 demo for many games for Xbox One were also being played on Windows 7 based PCs having Nvidia GTX GPUs.
So we can be sure about one thing that Battlefield 4 is going to look wondrous on PCs. As for current-gen and next-gen consoles, we shall have to wait and see!
Battlefield is expected to release on October, 2013 for Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Microsoft Windows. The game is also announced for next-gen consoles but no confirmed release date has been provided.