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  1. Last up in our BF4 Class Weeks is none other than the legendary Assault class, which has seen quite a few changes over the years. Read on for its complete history! Battlefield 1942One of five kits available to Battlefield 1942 players, the Assault was the go-to class when engaging enemy infantry. Back then, it was all about wielding the firepower of automatic rifles and light machine guns, staying close to the action in the fight between Axis and Allies. 12 years ago, the Assault didn’t have any fancy equipment or healing duties – other classes took care of that. Battlefield 2In the modern
  2. Hit the streets of Battlefield Hardline™ March 17, 2015 on PlayStation®4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360® and PC. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOABuPJtGmg In a crime drama filled single player story, Miami is embroiled in a drug war and officer Nick Mendoza has just made detective. Alongside his partner, veteran detective Khai Minh Dao, he follows the drug supply chain from the streets to the source. In a series of increasingly off-the-books cases the two detectives come to realize that power and corruption can affect both sides of the law. In multiplayer, the world is simple. You’re o
  3. The Assault class design in its Russian, American, and Chinese variants. Taking Care of Business and BruisesEven though every Battlefield class brings something unique to your squad’s efforts, the Assault class is truly a personification of team play. Think of all the times you’ve been boiling of anger after a sudden death – and then regaining your fighting spirit thanks to a timely revive. Or those narrow escapes into cover with 3% health left when you notice a Medic Bag on the ground. An Assault doing its job can’t be overvalued. Playing as Assault is not just tending to field medic duties,
  4. The Battlelog App for mobile and tablet devices is a great way to stay connected to the Battlefield, letting you browse stats, customize your loadout, view match results, and much more. After consulting with testers from the Battlelog Community, we’ve now made a row of improvements to the Battlelog app for tablets, allowing for an even smoother and informative experience. As you can see in these screenshots the user interface has been upgraded, making overview and navigation easier. The app has also been optimized for performance, making it faster to change weaponry, check out the Geo Lead
  5. Sometimes they’re unbelievable, sometimes just hilarious. Quite often they’re both. They can be that awkward moment realizing you’re on single fire mode, or when your squad buddy saves your derriere in the nick of time. We call them Battlefeels. You’ve been constantly adding to the worldwide library of these feels by your incredible videos and screenshots and below you’ll find a handful – there are of course many more out there. So sit back with your favorite beverage and enjoy these prime Battlefeels! “Pod Zook” – ponylionHD Many have tried, few have conquered. Pulling off a true Rendezook
  6. This week is all about the LMG-wielding heroes that resupply us with ammo. As part of our third BF4 Class Week we look at how the Support class in Battlefield has evolved through the years. Battlefield 2The Support class joined the all-out war party when Battlefield 2 came along in 2005. Alongside the game’s 6 other classes, the basic duties of the Support were similar to what they are now: provide suppressive fire and resupply teammates using Ammo Boxes. The Light Machine Gun was the signature weapon for the class and those who wielded it had to master both bullet spread and cooldown
  7. With Battlefield 4 Final Stand right around the corner, we’ve prepped some intel on what to expect when the expansion hits. Read on for map info, Community Test Environment info and more… Ice and snow dominates the Battlefield this time around. Watch out for the harsh blizzards of Operation Whiteout. This is Your New BattlefieldMake sure to pack your thermal underwear when you throw yourself in the all-new, wintry maps of Final Stand. You’ll fight through both enemy fire and the Siberian cold in Operation Whiteout, and explore a submarine base when you hit the mountainous Hammerhead. Milit
  8. The Backbone of the BattlefieldEvery Battlefield 4 class is a unique piece of a puzzle, fitting together and complementing each other as part of a team. While the Support class can be played however you choose, its job is simple: support the rest of the team. See, ammo doesn’t grow on trees. And control points and M-Com stations don’t defend themselves. With the signature Ammo Box and Ammo Pack, the Support makes life easier for Engineers in need of RPG ammo, or Recons who just ran out of rounds. After all, who wouldn’t want to give your Recon friend more C4 to blow stuff up? When the Support
  9. Last week, the Battlefield 4 Fall Update released on all platforms bringing a wealth of changes to the Battlefield. Taking a look around, we wanted to see how it’s being received so that you and your friends can wreak havoc on land, sea and air once more. We’re happy to see all the positivity on our channels and yours. IMPRESSIONS FROM TOP PLAYERS Rechyyy – https://twitter.com/rechyyy/status/517665690082635776 Wintergore – https://twitter.com/Wintergore/status/517845489744904192 Westie – https://twitter.com/MrProWestie/status/517640023144161280 VIDEOS & TUTORIALS FROM
  10. The celebration of the Recon class in our second BF4 Class Week continues with a sneaky stroll down memory lane. Learn more about how the Recon has changed in appearance, name and weaponry over the years… Battlefield 1942This is where it all started. Back when the Battlefield franchise was brand new, the origin of what we now call Recon was born. Binoculars and rifle in hand, the Scout class of Battlefield 1942 engaged enemies at long ranges and helped out the team by designating targets for allied artillery. Battlefield 2 As with the other classes, the Sniper saw many changes as
  11. Introduced by popular demand through the Battlefield 4 Fall Update, the Classic Mode rule preset gives players even more choice in how to enjoy Battlefield 4 multiplayer. Since some of you may not know everything Classic Mode entails we wanted to provide you a little more detail. Unlike Hardcore mode, all HUD elements, including health and ammo, are visible in Classic Mode. Increasing the ChallengeClassic Mode is influenced by the play style of Battlefield 2 and is designed for players seeking stronger team play and tougher challenges in their multiplayer experience. Difficulty-wise, Class
  12. Picking off enemies from afar and infiltrating enemy lines, the Recon is the sneaky, versatile hero of the Battlefield. In a new BF4 Class Week, veteran Battlefield developer Thomas Andersson gives you his thoughts on the class, and announces a Recon-based Community Mission! A Versatile ClassThe first thing that springs to mind hearing the word “Recon” is usually the lone wolf with nerves of steel, sniping at enemies from great distances. Although that is of course one key factor, the Recon class is one of the most versatile in Battlefield 4. From Battlefield 2 and onward, the class has ba
  13. Many of you have been asking about the Battlefield 4 Fall Update and we’re excited to tell you that it is now live. This update enhances and improves a wealth of things with Battlefield 4. Read below for the full list and we’ll see you on the Battlefield. Screenshot by: Berduu A Huge Thank You Before we roll into the updates for the game we want to thank you, the Battlefield community, and especially those taking part in the Community Test Environment (CTE). We’ve been listening to all your feedback and it has been tremendous. It’s because of that feedback that we’ve been able to implemen
  14. Boy, these are exciting times here at Visceral Games! The extra time given to us by EA to perfect Battlefield Hardline is really paying off. We’re using every additional day to make the game better – based on improvements suggested by your feedback. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOABuPJtGmg Our multiplayer development process is all about getting something in the game and iterating on it until it’s awesome. “Iterating” means implementing it, playing it, listening to player feedback, and making changes based on those opinions. We then try out those changes, again with an eye towards player
  15. Tweaks and fixes incoming! We are happy to inform you that the anticipated Fall Patch for Battlefield 4 is right around the corner. The certification has started on several platforms and the Fall Patch is targeted for release at the end of September. Community Test Environment Update Our focus for the Fall Patch on the CTE (Community Test Environment) has been to stabilize and finalize the build and this has meant less updates than normal. We’d like to thank you all for your patience during this time – we appreciate you sticking in there. Fall Patch Highlights So what are we improving? Firs
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