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Battlefield 4 multiplayer - my greatest feats and lowest moments so far | OXM UK

OXM UK: "Earlier this summer, I flew to Stockholm in Sweden to participate in my very first 64-player match of Battlefield 4, a game that is to glistening Chinese skyscrapers what a drunk driver is to a curbside snowman. The journey itself was a breathtaking tale of everyday heroism, in which I courageously attempted to list some Swedish celebrities over dinner and at one point got lost in an airport. And the hands-on? Well, the waters are murkier."

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hankmoody1061d ago

I remember playing BF 1942 on PC and experiencing moments in that game that were just burned into my mind. One such instance was having my plane shot down over the desert and parachuting out to safety and then having to walk for what felt like a good twenty minutes on foot to get to where the fighting was. Swimming over to the enemy aircraft carrier and wreaking havoc was always a lot of fun too. Putting mines on the deck in front of the planes before they took off and watching these guys just go up in flames LOL

Voozi1061d ago

Good times indeed. BF2 was a fun game to troll around too. Nothing like running around placing claymores at the top of ladders or the classic jihad jeep. Made so many people rage and got a few bans/kicks loading my jeep up with C4 and suicide bombing into tanks haha.

T21061d ago (Edited 1061d ago )

Jihad jeeps is still great , im thinking of graduating to jihad jets next

Edit - well written article, defines the bf experience well

hankmoody1061d ago

LMAO I totally forgot about that! Load up a jeep with C4 and then tell your buddy to hop in and not tell him that what he thought would be a ride with a bro would actually be a suicide run.

PurpHerbison1061d ago (Edited 1061d ago )

Let us all take a moment of silence for those that might of had BF3 as their first BF experience.

Aleithian1061d ago

I hadn't been playing BF3 for long when this happened. Playing Rush, and after my team lost a pair of defense points we all ran back to the next pair. I set myself up flat on the ground just to the side of a main road, behind this little bump in the otherwise level ground. The idea was to hold up the enemy advance while my team got into position in the main building.

Well the plan worked. For about 5 minutes I managed to hold up the entire enemy team. They just couldn't seem to find me for some reason. And they kept coming down that main road towards the primary building. Yeah, they weren't being very tactical or smart, but that always stood out to me in the early days of playing as a really realistic moment. And BF3 was the first online multiplayer shooter I played (I came to the online scene late), so the completely dynamic nature of the encounter wowed me.

Looking forward to BF4. PS4 Day 1. See you all there!

venom061061d ago (Edited 1061d ago )

BF4 is gonna be awesome... For an EXCELLENT review from a MAJOR YouTuber check out JackFrags review here... http://www.youtube.com/watc...

sevilha821061d ago

One of the most memoral situations to me was in bc2,i was trolling around in the midlle of the Atacama desert when i pass by a team mate targeting a chooper with a stinger,i look at him jump around in a greating kind of way and just kept going my how way...
10 second later the chooper that he was targeting crashes right on top of me,hundred of virtual kilometrs to crash and it feel right on my head.the last thing i see is the pilot exiting the cockpit unarmed in the killcam.

I laughed so hard for so long by myself...

Good times,man that game was fun.