After a few iffy moments where the game wasn’tworking, Battlefield 4 gameplay was shown at the Microsoft E3 press conference.
Called the “Angry Sea”, the segment shows a colourful segment within ship. With hallways tossing and turning and the ship ripping in half, Dice have outdone themselves this time.
With real-time waves wafting over the ship and explosions ripping apart metal, it seems to be taking full advantage of the new hard-ware.
The short gameplay burst ends with a short on-rails section before a plane plows into the players vehicle.
Xbox One users can also take advantage of the first announced peice of Xbox One DLC, Battlefield 4: Second Assualt. A map pack that Xbox One Users will get access to before any other format.
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