Battlefield 4 pre-order poster leaks, releasing “fall 2013″ – rumour

Monday, 25th March 2013 13:38 GMT By Dave Cook

Battlefield 4 will launch this Autumn according to leaked pre-order art that surfaced this morning. Gamers who order the game are said to get some promotional dog-tags. An alleged song from the game’s soundtrack has also appeared.

Treat all of this as rumour. I can’t stress that enough.

OXM has posted the full image here, which was originally sourced by Gamersky and Pixel Enemy.

It could be a fake though, so remain calm until we find out more.

Meanwhile a song called ‘Hanna’s Theme’ has appeared on YouTube and is apparently from Battlefield 4. Does this mean we’ll get female soldiers this time?

Meanwhile, leaked images of Origin Russia suggest the Battlefield 4 beta will open up to all Battlefield 3 Premium subscribers later this year, the game’s third teaser trailer features a helicopter, and this leaked Battlefield 4 art shows off Shanghai and new faces.

Share your thoughts below.



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    #1 2 years ago
  2. DrDamn

    Well there was some indication it might not release until 2014 at one point. So it’s kinda news.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Tavarish

    Late Q3 to mid Q4 window for release makes sense because EA most likely, once again, wants go against CoD and slip into store just before next CoD does. Tho this release window would make Autumn Beta once again more and less marketing demo, but I suppose that isn’t news to anyone.

    Edit: If that theme is legit aka from Bf 4… then… WTF? Not feeling / liking at all, at any level :s

    #3 2 years ago
  4. OnionPowder

    Fall 2013 sounds like current gen consoles which is a complete waste of time for the next iteration and sounds like it would limit the game so much. I’m okay with them releasing a Battlefield 4 as long as they don’t gimp it for 360/PS3.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. anik_lc

    Battlefield 3 had female playable character as well. In the aircraft mission we get to play as Lieutenant Jennifer Coleby Hawkins. :D

    #5 2 years ago

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