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Return to the fight with Battlefield V PC
The game is beautifully realised, looking particularly amazing on PC.
The Road to Battlefield 1
To celebrate the release of Battlefield 1 next month, EA are keeping the action going in Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline.
Hardline: Not your daddy’s Battlefield
What happens when you take an established franchise and throw the rulebook out the window?
Battlefield Hardline developer interview
Darren Price catches up with the developers from EA's Visceral Studios to talk about the newly released Battlefield Hardline.
Why Hardline will revive the Battlefield franchise
In only a few short hours gamers will get to play the Battlefield Hardline beta for the last time before its release on March 20th.
Introducing Battlefield 4 - player appreciation month...
To thank gamers for their dedication and support to BF4 - DICE and EA has announced that from 1 February 2014 they are hosting player appreciation month.
EA face lawsuit for Battlefield 4
It seems as if the on-going issues with EA's AAA title Battlefield 4 have become too much to bear, with the gaming giant now facing a class action lawsuit over the release.
EA and Origin PC team up to release BF4 Armoured DivisionTank
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Battlefield 4: China Rising Expansion Now Available
Join the fight for dominance across the vast and majestic Chinese mainland in Battlefield 4 China Rising, available now for all Battlefield 4 Premium members.
BF4 offers gamers double XP for limited period
DICE releases statement announcing its pride that Battlefield 4 is now available on five gaming platforms - since the release of Xbox One.
Review: Battlefield 4 PC
Game Console's Darren Price gets frosty and returns to the combat zone with the PC version of EA Games' large-scale first-person shooter, Battlefield 4.
Battlefield 4 launches today
DICE, and Electronic Arts Inc today announced that Battlefield 4 is now available in retail stores for the Xbox 360 PlayStation 3 and PC, as well as a digital download on Origin.
Battlefield 4: PC v PS4
If you were wondering how Sony’s next-gen offering would cope against the quality of PC gaming then this 5 minute side-by-side video will put your mind to rest.
Exclusive Interview: Battlefield 4 Creative Director
It has been two years since Battlefield 3 launched to critical and commercial acclaim.
Battlefield 4 BETA is now live
Get ready to immerse yourself in the chaos of all-out-warfare with the exclusive Battlefield 4 beta available now on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC via Origin.
Can Battlefield 4 enjoy same res on PS4 and Xbox One?
An EA ‘representative in charge’ at the Eurogamer Expo claims Battlefield 4 for Xbox One will run at 720p and at 60 frames per second.
Battlefield 4 announces Beta dates
As we edge closer to this summer’s plethora of game releases EA have announced the release date of the Battlefield 4 Beta.
PS4 Battlefield 4 similar to PC "medium settings"
YouTube video producer Jackfrags was one of the few lucky people to have some time on the PlayStation 4 version of Battlefield 4 at Gamescom...
Battlefield 4 to help with transition to next-gen
DICE and EA have announced some further features to the PS4 and Xbox One editions of Battlefield 4 today.
Battlefield 3: Armored Kill screenshots
Branded as ‘Better Engine, Unrivaled Destruction, Bigger Battles, True Teamplay, Drive Vehicles, Most Awards’ – check out the screen shots below.
Australian govt finally intro's R18 game bill
After a long wait, new law should be in place by 2013. The move will come as a relief for both players and publishers.
Game on in Auckland with Auckmageddon
Gaming fans have just over a week to secure their tickets to attend the massive LAN gaming event, Auckmageddon.
Gaming violence doesn't cause aggression: study
Growing body of evidence shows gamers are quite capable of distinguishing real life from fantasy.
The death of story mode
Video game developers pump millions of dollars into developing engrossing single-player campaigns, but statistics show they might be wasting their time.