Battlefield 4 Summary
Battlefield 4: Final Stand is certainly the last piece of DLC in the military shooter's Season Pass, but according to a post from developer DICE it's not the last piece for the game itself.
What form that new content will take is not yet clear, but one thing the studio is gauging interest in is remasters of classic Battlefield maps.
Cops and robbers maybe what Battlefield: Hardline is going for but 2016's major Battlefield release will be all 'Tango Down' as it returns to military service. That's what EA CFO Blake Jorgensen had to say.
Why not next year? EA says they want to give players "more time to enjoy" Battlefield 4 and crime stomping before a new title invades. Also it helps to distance from Battlefield 4's disastrous launch.
EA won't be joining the virtual reality arena until the technology behind it can prove itself at market, and in order to do that it has to deal with theproblem, which is "very tough."
They are "clearly experimenting" with various VRs like Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus, but there's no install base to justify gearing towards it, though the devices are generally compatible.
Electronic Artsthat Battlefield 4's final DLC map pack, Final Stand, will be out early next month. If you're a Premium customer however, you can get your hands on it a little earlier.
The-inspired expansion will add a bunch of near-future content, as well as some not very near-future content, like a .
has been updated ahead of the release of Battlefield 4's Final Stand DLC, and eagle-eyed users have spotted a couple of interesting new additions.
Among them, the return of the 'Spyder' crossbow - which comes with a bunch of different specialist ammunition, including explosive and sniper bolts - and the bipod knife.