Battlefield 4 is continuing to make progress on the development front, and not just in the traditional level-design or multiplayer-map elements. Indeed, the team at EA and DICE are making improvements to just about everything in the game, including the Battlelog system that was so popular in BF3. To learn more about Battlelog for Battlefield 4, Jesper Nielsen, Assistant Producer for Battlelog, has prepared an article to tell more about the array of detailed stats, game-connected features and new ways to compete.
“We loved introducing Battlelog in Battlefield 3, but that was just the beginning. Since then, we’ve had some great ideas for how we could innovate and make it even better with Battlefield 4. The goal with Battlelog for Battlefield 4 is to create an enhanced experience for the player that allows them to be constantly connected to the game, whether it’s in front of their console or PC or on the go using their mobile device.
“We had to fundamentally change some features – like fully integrating Battlelog into the game on next-gen consoles similar to the PC version of BF3. By doing this, it has enabled us to give Battlelog a style and look that is much more in-tune with the game, introduce connected features to make it an even more powerful companion and provide new ways for you to customize your experience.
“On October 29, we will launch Battlefield 4 on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Experience the pinnacle of this generation of gaming with best-in-class multiplayer warfare, spectacular visuals and massive destruction. A few weeks later, we’ll bring the ultimate all-out-war experience to the next generation of consoles.
“Battlefield 4 will be available for PlayStation 4 starting November 12 in North America and November 29 in Europe, and Xbox One starting November 19 in North America and November 22 in Europe.”
So there you have it, the first bit of information about Battlelog for Battlefield 4. There are more details and comments here, at the game’s blog site.