Battlefield 4 single-player campaign detailed a bit more by executive producer

Wednesday, 22nd May 2013 14:54 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

DICE executive producer Patrick Bach is featured in the Battlefield 4 dev chat below, and in it he discusses the shooter’s single player campaign.

According to DICE, the team has gone for “more drama and more intensity,” this time out instead of just locking the player in “situations where things go ‘Boom’.”

Bach also talks about the 17 minute “Fishing in Baku” trailer which was released during GDC and its public reception, and hints that there may be something shown on the multiplayer portion at E3.

Battlefield 4 is available for pre-order on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, and will release in the US on October 29 and in the UK on November 1.

It will also be made available on PS4 and Xbox One.



  1. OmegaSlayer

    I suggest to put cats in Battlefield 4 to counter the dog in COD. Internet loves cats way more :p

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Gekidami

    You know.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. Zohar

    Really don’t care for these big, planet crossing, WWIV style super action game SP FPSs anymore. It’s so played out. And it seems the more personal, relatable, and realistic these guys try to make those games, the more ridiculously unrealistic they become. Then on the other end of the spectrum you have CoD constantly trying to outshock you with each new game it’s almost pornographic. MW3 was like the 900 man gang-bang of videogames.

    Current poll on Battlelog: What are you looking forward to most in BF4, SP or MP?

    SP: 13%
    MP: 87%

    Listen to your fans, DICE.

    #3 2 years ago

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