Battlefield 4 now supports platoons for all players

Battlefield 4

By on March 16, 2014 at 3:12 pm

Battlefield 4 has been updated, with the result that any and all players can use platoons, previously (and briefly) the remit of premium Battlelog members only.

If you’re keen to get on board you can start a new Platoon on Battlelog or browse recruiting notices on the BF4 forums.

The Battlefield version of clans, platoons were one of the most popular multiplayer features of past titles. Each platoon is identified by a logo and name, and can support up to 100 players, with cumulative results contributing to leaderboard rankings.

Source: Joystiq

4 comments (Leave your own)

Misspelt Battlefield in the title.

 

A feature popular in previous battlefield titles wasn’t included on release and is only just being introduced into BF4 now…. Imagine my surprise.

 

schrapple:
A feature popular in previous battlefield titles wasn’t included on release and is only just being introduced into BF4 now…. Imagine my surprise.

well its in now so who cares :p

 

Now all they have to do is fix the actual game

 
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