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Battlefield 4 multiplayer reveal and big announcements coming Monday

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EA will unveil the new Battlefield 4 multiplayer features during its pre-E3 press conference along with some “other surprises.”

The Battlefield 4 multiplayer will be showcased during EA’s pre-E3 press conference, revealing the new features for the highly anticipated multiplayer experience.

Promising the “world premiere of Battlefield 4 all-out multiplayer warfare”, EA Games is under a certain amount of pressure to deliver an outstanding multiplayer campaign that builds on the extremely successful Battefield 3 multiplayer.

The original Battefield 4 trailer released at EA DICE’s official announcement only focused on the Battlefield 4 single-player campaign in the 17-minute long trailer.

EA’s pre-E3 press conference will start at 1pm Pacific Time or 9pm BST and is said to offer “other surprises” surrounding the upcoming FPS.

Although, what those other announcements will be has not yet been confirmed, we could expect them to revolve around how the game will play on the next-generation Xbox One and PS4 consoles.

The developer has already said it will be showing PS4 and Xbox One games at E3.

EA will also be offering first looks at UFC, FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, NBA Live and more information on Need for Speed: Rivals during its E3 line-up, as well as upcoming mobile titles from the EA-owned PopCap like Plants vs. Zombies 2 coming July 18.  

Microsoft has already confirmed that Battlefield 4 for the Xbox One will feature during its E3 presence, especially as it was featured in the Xbox One E3 trailer released earlier this week.

Battlefield 4 will be released sometime in “fall” this year, and will definitely ship on next-generation Xbox One and PS4 consoles as well as the current gen Xbox 360 and PS3.

Next, check out our Call of Duty: Ghosts news, rumours and release date roundup.




Via: CVG

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