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Battlefield 4 All But Confirmed For March 26th Reveal

Posted on Saturday, March 9 @ 15:05:00 PST by Jonathan_Leack

I need some god**** ammo!

EA has sent out an e-mail to dozens of press inviting them to attend what appears to be an obvious Battlefield 4 announcement. Just look at the image above, particularly the font and colors. How can it be anything else? The e-mail says to "Save the date" of March 26th at San Francisco, which perfectly lines up with this year's Game Developers Conference, the perfect setting for such an arrangement.

The publisher previously noted that Battlefield 4 does indeed exist and better yet that it'll release this year. Naturally, it'll also be coming to next-gen console(s) with PlayStation 4 being an obvious choice, and Microsoft's secretive console being a highly likely #2. The Wii U is... well... probably going to be neglected.

Battlefield 3 is still used as a benchmark for PC rigs with its high-quality textures and shaders. It'll be interesting to see how DICE can push the series a step further. Last time around the console ports were severely limited with sub-30 FPS constraints, low draw distance, and toned down texture quality. That shouldn't be a problem this time around, or at least we can hope that the PlayStation 4's 8GB of GDDR5 is sufficient.
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