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Okay I'm interested. Did anyone else look at the pre-order options? Regular edition has a "PREMIUM EXPANSION PACK" but what does that mean? All of the DLC's just for pre-ordering? I doubt that EA will give all planed DLC's just pre-ordering but if that's the case I'll be really tempted to do it.
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I'm not pre-ordering until I see MP and what other retailers will offer.

No need to rush... you won't lose anything by waiting a bit.
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Trailer makes it look like a refined version of Frostbite 2.0, looks good.

I can't complain that it's the same engine since that happened with Bad Company 1 and 2. However if the same engine is used in a BF game AFTER BF4 I shall give up on all future FPSes completely.
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Okay I'm interested. Did anyone else look at the pre-order options? Regular edition has a "PREMIUM EXPANSION PACK" but what does that mean? All of the DLC's just for pre-ordering? I doubt that EA will give all planed DLC's just pre-ordering but if that's the case I'll be really tempted to do it.

I assume it'll be the DLC in the form of what BF3 came with Back to Karkand. Something to make you feel special but they are pretty much going to give it to everyone anyways.
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Only even considering BF4 if it has in game VOIP on PC.

So stupid that on BF3 console players can talk to their (random) squad mates in game, where as on PC we have to open battlelog, search for the player add them as a friend, get them to accept and then make a multi chat and invite them to voice........ all if we want to voice chat with our squad.
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This is what I hated the most about the PC version. When I am playing alone on the Xbox, I never use it anyways.
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Originally Posted by Edge Of Pain View Post

Trailer makes it look like a refined version of Frostbite 2.0, looks good.

I can't complain that it's the same engine since that happened with Bad Company 1 and 2. However if the same engine is used in a BF game AFTER BF4 I shall give up on all future FPSes completely.

They "Just' finished Frostbike 2.0 within the last year and a half. Of course they will continue to use the engine. What's good about the Frostbite engine is the scale ability, It can handle ALOT of destruction, players, high detail, ect. However our CPU's and GPU's are "just" getting to the area that FB 2.0 can shine. Most likely they will do a FB 2.5 adding better textures and advancements to the engine.

You realize how much money, and years of programming and creating it takes to create a game engine right? To make it a little clearer at how engines improve over time. BC1 was Frostbite 1.0, BC2 had Frostbite 1.5, BF 3 used Frostbite 2.0, and most likely we will see a Frostbite 2.5 improvement for Battlefield 4. A game engine is a ever expanding beast, there is limitations, but they evolve over years of creating. That's a reason Unreal 4 is nearly completed. Unreal 3 was released in 2004, and still produces some great gameplay and visuals.
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Still no system requirements, not even on the official site. What a crap mad.gif
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Still no system requirements, not even on the official site. What a crap mad.gif

No need to bump a ~3 month old thread for that.

Check out the requirements for the Alpha here:

http://i.imgur.com/7TjT6lD.jpg
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