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Will EA Show Battlefield 4 On PlayStation 4 At Tomorrow's Event?

Posted on Tuesday, February 19 @ 22:30:00 Eastern by

The internet has carefully shifted into overdrive with less than 24 hours until the start of Sony's PlayStation Meeting 2013, the suspected venue for the PlayStation 4's big reveal. Perfect timing. Electronic Arts might just agree, with Battlefield 4 resurfacing just in time.

According to this tweet from GameStop, CEO J. Paul Raines, Electronic Arts has a demo of the game ready, but no one can be sure exactly which platform it's ready on. Still, it would be convenient to have Electronic Arts cotinue to side with the PlayStation brand while Activision and Bungie will likely side with Xbox and Destiny.


Adding fuel to the fire is the announcement that Battlefield 3 would be on sale (on Origin of course). Get the vanilla game for $10 or Premium (which includes the vanilla) for $30. All of the excitement surrounding the next-generation of consoles has me thinking about the leap from SNES to Nintendo 64. This is sure to be an exciting year in the industry.

If you'll excuse me I have to go eat some vanilla ice cream.

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