Battlefield 4 promo art emerges in full

Monday, 18th March 2013 08:42 GMT By Dave Cook

Battlefield 4 promotional art has surfaced online, following a leak last week. DICE will announce the game in full at GDC on March 26.

Now, you might recognise the above image because part of it leaked last week, along with an image of an exclusive Battlefield 4 dog tag. The reward is said to be issued to anyone who watches the game’s debut trailer on Battlefield Premium. But when it will go live is anyone’s guess.

Stephany reported on a Polygon piece yesterday, which showed the site’s GDC invite in full, confirming that DICE would be unveiling on March 26. Hit the link above, as it contains a second teaser image.

What do you think? are you ready to get rained on in Battlefield 4? Let us know below.

Thanks AGB.



  1. ahmadkb

    good job they remove the helmet -_-

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Hussar

    Wow. This “war simulator” will be “exceptionally realistic” by 12 yold standarts. Can’t wait.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. viralshag

    Woah, the lack of orange blurry blurriness and grey really makes this stand out over BF3 promo art.

    Probably still going to get it…

    #3 2 years ago
  4. heroes159

    cant wait

    #4 2 years ago
  5. freedoms_stain

    Server-side hit or no buy.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. OwnedWhenStoned

    Seeing as I only played BF3 for the first few weeks and then got increasingly fed up by cheaters, I don’t think I’ll be getting this.

    This series really needs to bring back private servers.

    #6 2 years ago
  7. ps3fanboy

    i know how ea deals with games and their customers after the simcity scandal… so i am not at all excited about this ea game. in fact i am not gonna buy it at all, i am boycotting it. this will show ea that they cant lie and take peoples money without consequences. i suggest you all do the same and don’t buy bf4.

    #7 2 years ago
  8. WENDiGO

    I wouldn’t boycott a game because of the publisher. If the game itself is actually good why not get it?

    #8 2 years ago

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