Battlefield 4 looks pretty familiar, but is that a bad thing. BigBoxGaming's take.
To me, it is definitely not a bad thing. BF3 is still a really great game, it's been my baseline game since it came out. The game that is played 50% of the time in between all the other titles I buy and quit playing. BF3 is far from outstaying it's welcome, though I'll admit there is nothing new to discover. We already know every knook and cranny on BF3, and we know the red light on the hillside is a soflam. By that I mean we are pretty much done discovering new things in BF3. BF3 was so good, that I admit I'd still be this excited for the game even if they came out and said its an extremely polished, refined BF 3.5. Something I could never say for any other game. Except Metal Gear.
Feel the same, the multiplayer is so varied and the time between each DLC release has made it last a lot longer than most games. Will get this day one, then see where they take it for next gen.
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