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DICE video interview about Battlefield 4 singleplayer

DICE's Patrick Soderlund talks about the singleplayer and what they're aiming for this time around.

The guys over at GamerHub TV released a new video interview with DICE’s Patrick Soderlund. He talks mainly about the Battlefield 4 singleplayer campaign and what the developers are aiming for this time around. We’ve seen plenty of the singleplayer so far, with a 17-minute video walkthrough of some of the first missions. And the latest screenshots as well.

In the interview, Soderlund compares Battlefield 4 to major Hollywood movies, and explains how the developer is aiming for a realistic and cinematic gaming experience. He also says that Battlefield 4, just like other games in the series, sets itself apart from the rest of the crowded FPS market.

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  1. akeed
    May 9th, 2013 at 10:02 pm

    they should put sound on bullets whizzing pass you like moh warfighter

  2. whatever
    May 10th, 2013 at 3:37 am

    Nobody cares about a portion of the SP made for marketing purposes. Give us MP footage!

  3. Cheeseburger
    May 10th, 2013 at 3:49 am

    Such interviews don’t have any value at all. Even if they’ll talk about multiplayer.

    Back to Battlefield 3:

    They say that e-sport is an important aspect of the game and that Battlerecorder will be released later on:
    Never heard from anything again after release.

    • phobia
      May 10th, 2013 at 8:28 am

      Exactly, that is why I will not pre-order Battlefield 4.
      They are just making empty promises for the sake of boosting pre-order sales, I will not fall again for that. Sadly the community will (likely) not judge DICE for it.

  4. Endymion72
    May 11th, 2013 at 12:05 am

    Man I love the whining about e-sports support… You guys realize that if Battlefield was to meet e-sport regulations, it would hardly be dynamic and it would be reduced to a plastic small-map shooter. There will always be small bugs that allow a player to disappear in the right spot of a rubble pile, get on an inaccessible rooftop, or get into a wall. Such bugs are to be expected when they face of an entire map changes so dramatically throughout the match. With the downed trees, buildings, & towers, some maps become entirely different. E-sports would curtail, if not stop, all of that.

  5. raimoa
    May 14th, 2013 at 12:31 am

    You guys shouldn’t EVER believe the hype in the media. Almost every marketer makes their products look better than they really are. Wait for BF4 to come out, try the BETA and make your own decision. Don’t be a mass media copycat and jump on the hype-train, just because everybody else is buying everything else that is released.

    In the same way like in the real world, you would be careful to shop in a crappy store, you should buy your games carefully and from companies you think are worth giving the money to.

    Don’t buy games that you think aren’t worth the money = ) Last cod game I bought was Cod 4 and Black Ops. Not gonna buy any more unless they change the 5 year old underwear.

    On a more positive note, I do hope that they manage battlerecorder and spec mode in the game, at least as a server admin or caster. I don’t hope that because of their promises, but because the game needs it. If DICE thinks they should appeal to e-sport people, then they should start putting in some basic features to support that aspect.

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