Two new Battlefield 4 screens show fire, falling buildings

Battlefield 4

By on July 4, 2013 at 6:58 pm

DICE and EA have released two more screens for Battlefield 4 to the interweb, this time showing a shot from the single-player campaign and one from the multiplayer campaign.

If you’d like to see that skyscraper in the second picture collapsing live, I suggest you check out this multiplayer footage from E3 — it can happen in real-time as the game is playing, which is quite rad.

Meanwhile, check out our hands-on thoughts of the game right here.

Source: MP1ST

9 comments (Leave your own)

It is a very pretty building at least

 

As awesome as the falling building thing may be, I have my doubts. I wouldn’t be surprised if everything we saw on the E3 demo was just scripted; not to say it won’t be available for multiplayer, but this sort of thing usually hypes to the idea that every building can be demolished in this same way.
By scripted I mean, it wouldn’t surprise me if this was the *only* building capable of being blown down.

But I would welcome being wrong, but only when it’s released will I know for sure; Unless they want to release a video showing each building toppling.

 

http://www.twitch.tv/battlefield

All the infos here – get watching haha. That building is the only one in that level with all it’s four foundations exposed (which take two big explosions each to destroy (tank shells etc).

 
serioushustle

calvat,

Having the ability to destroy every single building would just be stupid. Every game the map would just be reduced to nothing.

 

serioushustle,

Not make every building do it but it would be great with just maybe half the buildings, but making some difficult to destroy so it doesnt happen every game.

 

elliotengi: That building is the only one in that level with all it’s four foundations exposed (which take two big explosions each to destroy (tank shells etc).

Surely it’s a case of “hold the target for 10 minutes to destroy it” or something similar, otherwise the map will just be a race to blow the building up with the first tank that gets there.

There’d be no point in ever entering it.

 

serioushustle,

Looking at BC2 that’s not a bad thing, it just needs to be designed in such a way that your typical match won’t end up with everything collapsed.

 

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serioushustle,

Looking at BC2 that’s not a bad thing, it just needs to be designed in such a way that your typical match won’t end up with everything collapsed.

Even BC2 isn’t entirely destructible. The construction site buildings can’t be taken down along with a couple of other building models. I’m pretty sure the L shaped buildings on some maps couldn’t be taken down.

 
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nekosan,

Nope, it is completely up to the players as to when it is destroyed. If it isn’t destroyed then it stays there the whole round. The ‘Leveloution’ elements are player controlled this time around (not like the tower on caspian).

 
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