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Battlefield 4 multiplayer launch trailer released

EA Games has released the official Battlefield 4 multiplayer launch trailer ahead of the game’s UK release date.

Ahead of the UK Battlefield 4 release date on Friday, November 1, EA games has released the Battlefield 4 official multiplayer launch trailer to build the hype to an all new high.

“Immerse yourself in the glorious chaos of all-out war. New maps, more vehicles, weapons and destruction allow you to create your own path and play to your strengths,” reads the official trailer blurb. “Absolutely nothing compares to the sheer scale and scope of Battlefield 4.”

The action-packed trailer shows off various vehicles and weapons that can be utilised in the Battlefield 4 multiplayer.

It also highlights the open water warfare and the fun that can be had in the game – particularly teased by the quad-bike in the lift which then drives off a huge high-rise building only to land on a passing helicopter.

EA Games has also launched a Battlefield 4 bootcamp on the official website, which offers some additional information on the game’s single player and multiplayer experience.

“Whether you’re in a jet dogfighting the opposing team or onboard an attack boat in a joint strike with your squad mates, the freedom of choice is always present in Battlefield 4 multiplayer. Lead your team to victory by running and gunning at the frontlines, locating the perfect sniping position, or repairing critically damaged vehicles. There is a role for everyone on the Battlefield.”

In preparation for the BF4 release date you can download the Day One update from the Xbox Live Marketplace, which is 119.21MB in size.

“This Battlefield 4 update contains improvements to the multiplayer portions of the game. We strongly advice you download it,” reads the official description.

The Battlefield 4 China Rising DLC will become available on December 3 for Battlefield Premium subscribers. The general public will gain access to the DLC two weeks later on December 17.

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