"intense and dramatic" single player portion of Battlefield 4.
What starts out as an evac of American VIPs soon spirals into sinking aircraft carriers, dog punching and our squad looking to get home. DICE promise less linearity.
We're actually able to give commands to our squad mates this time, as we are part of a unit after all. Missions also take more of an 'open approach' to be solved.
"Battlefield 4 brings the strongest elements of DICE's best in class multiplayer into single player. This includes the ability to command your squad, leveraging the all-out vehicle warfare the series is known for, and featuring dynamic destructible environments." It seems DICE have a tongue-in-cheek jibe at Call of Duty: Ghosts at the 1:34 mark.
Battlefield 4 releases on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 October 29th.