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Hello guys,

sorry to bother you rolleyes.gif

after long time i logged in to Origin and noticed this:


Is this the full game? Good deal? is it worth getting it?

After purchasing this game, do i need to pay anything else to play it online?

Thanks

That is the full original BF4 game. You can play online with that purchase. You can play as much as you want on the original maps that came with the original game.


However they have released some DLC with additional maps. They plan on releasing a total of 5 of those. Each one of those DLC has several maps and new game modes. Those cost an additional $15 each. You will not be able to play those DLC maps unless you purchase each DLC separately.

OR

You can get all of the DLC in what is called Premium. Each of the 5 DLC is included with premium (BUT YOU HAVE TO OWN THE ORIGINAL GAME, because it isn't included) and as they get released you have access to them as much as you want. Premium is $49.99, so you save about $25 on the DLC by purchasing premium. Think of premium like a season pass for DLC.

Last but not least, the deluxe edition does come with ONE of the DLC that is included with premium, it was the first DLC that was released and it is called China Rising.



There that should clear up the confusion.


I totally understand what you were asking, and some of the answers people gave you are confusing. SO NO YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BUY PREMIUM TO PLAY ONLINE. however, premium only includes EXTRA purely ONLINE maps and those are an extra purchase.

Some of the answers people gave would give you the impression that you need premium to play online, you do not, you can play the original maps and the china rising expansion pack online all you want to your little hearts content without paying for premium.
Edited by the9quad - 4/18/14 at 11:44am
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Overall cheaper to buy Standard version and Premium when both are on sale.
If you buy the Deluxe version and Premium you are paying twice for China Rising.
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Overall cheaper to buy Standard version and Premium when both are on sale.
If you buy the Deluxe version and Premium you are paying twice for China Rising.

I agree especially since china rising isn't that great to begin with. So if he wants to get extra DLC he'd definitely be better off getting the standard edition and maybe later getting premium when it goes on sale.
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VRAM? Nvidia cards would be bottlenecked by what you just said to do.
You're on 1080P I presume?

Res scale on 1440p won't be possible (unless you got SLI of those cards) - as it won't cope.

No, I'm on r9 290s in Crossfire at 1200p, so yes it is worth it then!
 
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No, I'm on r9 290s in Crossfire at 1200p, so yes it is worth it then!
ah ha that makes sense!
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Yes I will definitely play with higher resolution scale when I get more gpu power.

9quad you leave yours on 100 (I know 120+ fps is most important to you right now)?
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Overall cheaper to buy Standard version and Premium when both are on sale.
If you buy the Deluxe version and Premium you are paying twice for China Rising.

I agree especially since china rising isn't that great to begin with. So if he wants to get extra DLC he'd definitely be better off getting the standard edition and maybe later getting premium when it goes on sale.
Omg China Rising has the best maps so far. LoL.
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Omg China Rising has the best maps so far. LoL.

I don't think so, Every time I run into an immovable bush/tree with a tank I just get angry.
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Trees: worse than any AA in the game. Don't even get me started about Zavod
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Nah China rising was a disappointment
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