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    Yes! Birgirpall did that in a couple of his videos, and I probably will try it as soon as I finish the video I am working on.
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    Battlefield 4: Return of the Origins.

    Why did this suprise anyone? This is EA we're talking about.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Warsaw View Post
    They won't. It'll be more of the current formula with new and improved bugs.
    I lol'd quite heartily at that


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  4. #34

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    this game has regenerating health?
    for planes???????

    GOOD PLAN.
    found some old assets of mine from 8 years ago lmao
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    See you on the battlefield!
    I don't understand why people are surprised? Making a game takes time. Of course they already got started on the next one. Why wouldn't they? It's not like they sit around with their thumbs up their asses and watch as people play a game. It's a money making business.

    I mean, Halo Reach was being developed right after Halo 3. And so was ODST. It makes sense to get to work right away so they can make a deadline. I don't get why people are so worked up about this.
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  6. #36

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    It's just so soon after the release of BF3, less than a year, to already be announcing the next big game.
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  7. #37

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    It got leaked. They didn't make an announcement in a sense. It seems like it's more or less caught people off guard. I mean, it's not like we didn't know that Halo 3 was going to happen after Halo 2. Why do people think there wasn't going to be another Battlefied game? Of course there is. It's not like they're saying it's coming out right away. You still have probably a year or two of Battlefield 3. Which is about right for a game.
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  8. #38

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    I didn't say there wasn't going to be a BF4 :P I just wasn't expecting to hear about it so soon.
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    I laud BF3 for having destructible environments, but I don't see where they can get off calling it "unparalleled" when BC2's buildings were fully collapsible. BF3's destruction is pretty, but it lacks substance.

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    Buildings fully collapse in BF3 too.
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