Battlefield 4 developer DICE is looking to address the disparity between the series' campaign and multiplayer modes, by bringing key elements of online play into the single-player component. The studio has shed light on what this means in a new interview.
Speaking with OPM, DICE's general manager Karl-Magnus Troedsson, said "There are signature multiplayer elements that we want to bring into single-player. We want to give the player a choice. Do they want to go for the sneaky approach with a sniper rifle and a silenced pistol, or do they want to take a jeep and have the entire squad shoot at everything they see?"
To emulate multiplayer strategies, players will also be able order their AI squad-mates to provide suppressing or covering fire, and you'll also be faced with wide open terrain littered with vehicles - similar to the Bad Company campaigns.
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Meanwhile, rumour has it Battlefield 4's second DLC pack 'Second Assault' - in which four classic Battlefield maps are remade in Frostbite 3 - will include Caspian Border and Operation Metro. Get the details here.