BT:This is especially true as Battlefield 4 continually tries to push you to buy extra content. Whether it’s a Battlefield-Premium subscription for year-round DLC access, for an extra £40, or the myriad of soldier customisations that are constantly highlighted. It all feels like DICE/EA either can’t make its mind up about what it wants Battlefield to be or simply knows that if it ticks enough boxes it can charge players every step of the way. Whichever their answer is, what the solution should be is a decision to make Battlefield either a multiplayer only game where the entry fee is just a month’s subscription (or even go the free-to-play route) or the singleplayer campaign needs to be more compelling. Considering how close they’ve got in the last two attempts, we kind of hope they’ll go the latter route.