GamesRadar - In Battlefield, if you want to win, you’re going to want to play well with others. After all, it can be pretty tough to defeat an army singlehandedly. Communication and coordination is key, and that’s exactly what the Commander provides in Battlefield 4’s competitive matches. One player on each team takes the role of Commander, launching them into a top-down, overview perspective of the battlefield. From here he is able to spot enemy movement, launch artillery support, and issue orders to squads.