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Battlefield 4 vs. Call of Duty: Ghosts


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Now EA and DICE have released a series of videos of Battlefield 4 player “testimonials” accompanied by footage of some pretty crazy-looking gameplay in the game’s sprawling multiplayer mode.


To be honest, it looks pretty good—a step up even from 2011′s Battlefield 3.


I’ve actually been consistently impressed by what we’ve seen out of Battlefield 4 since I attended the big unveiling of that game in San Francisco earlier this year.


Of course, the reveal demo was running on a monster gaming PC well out of the budget reach of most gamers and far, far more powerful than the Xbox One or PS4.



In the Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer we see something very different. Maps are more confined, environments and structures not as destructible, and you don’t get vehicles.


There’s a more contained, skirmishy feel to it, just like every other year, whereas Battlefield has always been about “battlefields” rather than “maps.”

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