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Submitted by StillGray 322d ago | news

EA Takes Battlefield 4 Advertising to the Skies

Gameranx: "EA has advertised Battlefield 4 above the skies of Redwood City with four planes tasked to skywrite the number '4'." (Battlefield 4, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

T3AMRR  +   322d ago
Glad that these planes are not like those of BF4, because otherwise they would fly with engines failing, wings attached by wires and rubber bullets!

The timing of this promotion leaves Bf Jet Fans disappointed over " large holes in the wings of BF4 Jets that have to be patched quickly"!
DestinyHeroDoomlord  +   322d ago
Could easily be mistaken for the fantastic four, just saying
Kyosuke_Sanada  +   322d ago
I wonder what have happened if they invested that money into the actual game instead.......
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Soldierone  +   322d ago
Wouldn't it be smarter to write BF4 or something?

I've seen these planes literally draw faces in the sky above the beach before. I'm sure BF4 isn't too hard.

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