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I don't think I will be getting it:/ I have see enough gameplays to see is not the jump I'm looking for.

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it looks promising, i liked bf3 from start but get bored pretty early anyway so, hope there are many kinds of mods or something to make it last.

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I remember when I was sick of WWII shooters, now I miss those days lol. I want a resurgence of WWII games and no more of these modern era games. That said,I will give BF4 a try.

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I pre-ordered the ps4 version but I may have to go order the pc version again. I just don't like running Origin. Also, even if bf4 is a modern era shooter repeat, at least it doesn't have a dog that you are supposed to feel compassionate about.

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Preordered, so looking foreward to the beta.

Just hope it will feel like battlefield 4 and not battlefield 3.5.

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awsome game =D annoying about the tablet buissness though, i like my games to be on the machine i am playing

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Can't wait!

However i want premium together with BF4 base pack, instead of having to buy them separate and priced Higher.

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I'll wait for the Maps to come out individually before deciding to pick them up. The Idea of preordering DLC content Boggles my mind.

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I really liked what I saw in the beta, it's a technical improvement over Battlefield 3, but to call it a "new" game isn't really true, it's more of a battlefield 3.5.

and I really hope when it launches it won't have the same issues that I experienced with BF3 at launch.

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I played the beta on the 360 and wasn't too impressed. I'm sure the game is incredible since I am a huge fan of BF3, but I encountered a lot of graphical glitches and server problems. I'm downloading the beta for PC now so I can get a better idea :P

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I played the beta on the 360 and wasn't too impressed. I'm sure the game is incredible since I am a huge fan of BF3, but I encountered a lot of graphical glitches and server problems. I'm downloading the beta for PC now so I can get a better idea :P

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PC version is okay, I think I heard something about a HD Textures after beta but before release. Because some of these textures look dull, like Textures from mirrors edge or something.

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Played a few rounds in Beta, and have to say i'm impressed. The gameplay and framerates felt very smooth for a Beta. The map they released is pretty awesome, with tons of routes and verticality. But I still hate battlelog.

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Played the beta and had a lot of fun. Definitely have to say an improvement over BF3. I can't wait to see the new maps and weapons when it comes out, but already liked all of the changes to the different classes. Although the one thing that seemed a little OP was the new assault rifles. Other than that, am excited for 3 days from now when the full version comes out.

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A good news for BF4 players.

We can play today BF4 on 4.00pm German Time, but we Need a Proxy/vpn to Asia. (Malaysia)

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a great game indeed, i'm just a bit pissed about the crashing and bugs going on

yea, boring crash, but always the same, have to wait the first patch.

Someone is playing with a SLI 680M? perf?

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Was having a direct x error every game when I first got it but now seems to be fine, don't recall any update client side?

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I hear about, that the 331.54 driver seems to be more stable for playing BF4.

My Girlfriend plays with the 331.65 driver and got Direct X crashes too.

Myself is playing on Laptop with an very old 302.77 Mod driver and it is stable (But slow).

At the Moment I got no other choice because of Upgrading my VGA and found no VBios that fits.

But stable. Maybe ist worth a try.

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Any one have comments on the campaign itself? I was thinking about getting it but I have rather crappy internet at the moment so id only be able to do single player.

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played beta for a week or so, its was fine, a bit laggy, but eh can't expect beta to be optimized. The map in beta was pretty crappy, it was way way to big. Sniping was a bit more difficult to be honest,especially with that distance meter shit :D but i like it !

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Waiting that the prices drop and gonna get it then. Imo 50-60euros of the game and 50-60 euros of the premium is too much to ask.

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Ya I took the plunge and bought the game and premium for $110. I sure hope itll be worth it although it seems there still major server errors.

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Its basically Battlefield 3.1 version 2. Better world destruction but the graphics aren't much better and neither is the system requirement to max out.

Multiplayer will keep this game alive by far, but it's not worth $60. I'm waiting til I can grab it for $10-20 from some Russian or Indian outlet that has overstock. There's a lot of legit overseas retailers that will sell to US buyers.

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