E3 2013: Battlefield 4 Commander Mode Is Back, Bigger Maps And Increased Player Cap
Today DICE, at EA’s E3 conference, announced that Commander Mode, from Battlefield 2, would be returning in Battlefield 4. In the live demonstration, DICE showed off a 64 player multiplayer session, where Commander Mode was used to directly influence the ongoing battle in real-time. This direct influence over battles is achieved through the usage of most likely an iOS or Android-powered device. In Battlefield 4, maps are much larger with a huge assortment of destructible terrain, such as skyscrapers.
In Commander Mode, you’ll be able to aid your squad with missile launches and can inform them of impending assaults, and threats they may encounter. As the commander, you can instruct your team on what points to capture on the map and where to go in order to clear a pending objective. Battlefield 4 will be available for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
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