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Submitted by Rearden 736d ago | image

Battlefield 4 Commander screen on PC vs tablet

The difference between the Battlefield 4 commander screen on the PC vs on tablets. (Battlefield 4, Mobile, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

AFCCannonieri  +   736d ago
there isnt really that much difference it all looks the same is just that on the pc version you can see more of the map, thats all really otherwise they are pretty much the same, but i think that it would be more user freindly on a tablet because its more accessible for people.
CharlesWeiler   736d ago | Spam
n4rc  +   736d ago
So happy this is back.. Single handedly my most awaited game of next gen.
MWong  +   736d ago
Hmmm, I still wonder how they will integrate Commander Mode with the consoles. The PC version also has the mini-spectator mode screen also. I guess overall they both look the same, but I would prefer the PC version since it looks more spread out.
leogets  +   736d ago
both sik. nothing game changing here between the 2. that's the main thing.

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