The Underwater Attack Gameplay of Battlefield 4.
What with the videos with blatant non gamers pretending they play Battlefield? Just show the footage, there's no need to employ actors to hype the game up, the footage will do that by itself.
Well that was kinda cool. But where were the interactive fish and stuff?????
these fish are more advanced, they left the scene well before the war started, they dont like to stick around places where bullets fly(swim?) In COD fish arent that evolved...
Really? You can't be serious! That joke is not funny anymore, how old are you, 8, you still find that joke funny? Grow up please.
lol I was feeling the same way. I don't believe any of these guys are really gamers like us.
I'm a big battlefield fan...and BF4 has by far the most blatantly cheesy marketing i've ever witnessed for nearly any shooter... I love it when big corporations try to put a face on their player base, and whisper 'see, we get you guys'...its laughably bad... I mean what the hell video games has this dude even played?...he should've just said: "So i'm completely lost and can't understand anything about this competitive environment...I'm of course in an irrelevant location and i fumble with the controls to move a few meters from where i was originally camping...I click buttons, some lights and animations occur and i get points for something... then a rep tells me that the other characters on screen are OTHER HUMAN PLAYERS!!! I didn't even KNOW THAT WAS POSSIBLE!!!"
0:31 wtf do you mean I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW THAT WAS POSSIBLE. people have been doing that since the origins of battlefield. Get these paid actors THE FUCK OUT OF MY COMPUTER.
EXACTLY! They must have made Battlefield 4 your very first video game experience ever if they didn't know it was possible to get into a boat and drive off. If they're going to hire actors to pretend they're gamers, at least write a better script!!!!
lol I think they are probably cod players.
@Cell989 Bullets swim? lol, go read a book.
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