The Battlefield Hardline Beta is Over
Battlefield Hardline Open Beta Starts February 3rd
Battlefield 4 Commander App – Out Now on Android and iOS
If you’re curious on Battlefield 4 and its Commander Mode, you may want to know that the power of command now extends to tablets as we release the Battlefield 4 Tablet Commander app! Thanks to a slick interface and intuitive touch controls, the app will give you the full Commander experience on the go.
Battlefield 4 Tablet Commander is available now on iOS tablets (iPad 2 and up, aswell as iPad Mini, iOS 6.1 and up) and on Android tablets (Screen sizes 7” and up, 1ghz dual core,1024mb ram,1024×600 resolution, Android 4.0.3 or newer).
Q: I play Battlefield 4 on Xbox 360 or Playstation 3. Can I still play Commander on tablet?
A: Absolutely! The Commander app works with any platform you can run Battlefield 4 on.
Q: How do I select a specific server to join?
A: You can select specific servers to join through the Battlelog app. Simply go into Multiplayer, select a server, and join using the “Commander” button. This will automatically launch the Commander app and join the server.
Q: Does the app work over 3G?
We believe you will find the Battlefield 4 Tablet Commander a powerful and entertaining tool, but don’t take our word for it! Check out LevelCapGaming’s review of the app.
Battlefield 4 Second Assault live stream
Curious to see your favorite Battlefield 3 maps in a new suit? Be sure to catch the Battlefield 4 Second Assault live stream today, starting 12PM PDT / 9PM CEST. If you tune in, you will experience unedited gameplay from the Battlefield 4 Second Assault expansion, that features reimagined BF3 classics such as Operation Metro and Caspian Border.
The classic maps Operation Metro, Caspian Border, Gulf of Oman, and Operation Firestorm have all been pushed to their limits thanks to the power of Frostbite 3. Veterans will feel right at home, but should also be prepared for new weapons and Levolution moments, slight changes in the map’s layouts, all-new game mode Capture the Flag, and the return of the Dune Buggy.
In the meantime, check out LevelCapGaming’s impressions of Second Assault:
BF4 launches on PS4 with 64 players
This is launch week for Battlefield 4 on PlayStation 4!
The next generation kicks off with the PlayStation 4 launch in North America, together with the launch title Battlefield 4 — packing 64-player all-out vehicle warfare in 60 frames per second.
If you’ve started playing on PS3, you can upgrade to a PS4 version for as low as $9.99/£9.99/9.99€ and bring your multiplayer stats and unlocks as you make the jump.
Learn 64 reasons to play Battlefield 4 over at the Battlefield Blog.
Battlefield 4: Showdown Live – We Have a Winner
The Battlefield 4: Showdown Live – Europe vs. USA event has come to a conclusion, and we are thrilled by the intense multiplayer matches that the two teams offered. Team Europe and Team USA fought bravely on the reimagined Caspian Border from the upcoming expansion pack Battlefield 4 Second Assault, and the fight continued on maps such as Flood Zone and Golmud Railway from the base game.
In case you have missed this epic BF4 clash on Xbox One, or just want a second helping of the all-out war madness, you can watch the entire Showdown through the link below.
Tour of the Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Maps
Curious about the multiplayer maps in Battlefield 4? As you may know, BF4 features 10 distinct maps with support for all 7 game modes. For descriptions of all the new multiplayer maps and some of their distinguishing features, head over to the Battlefield Blog!