Battlefield 4 just got a massive facelift on consoles


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There is some good news for the Battlefield fans as Battlefield 4 is finally out of Early Access after three long years.

The game has got a couple of changes and the most important of all is it getting a new user interface (UI) which will unite all the Battlefield games. Battlefield 4 also becomes the first game to receive the new UI and is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

In other changes, the Battlelog has been been removed from the game and the homepage has been redesigned and made easier to read and access. The players will now be able to get updates directly from the web and see YouTube videos. Tabs have also been added in the update which will make navigation much easier.

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The official statement of DICE reads, “Besides being a total visual overhaul, there are a number of changes to how you actually play with friends. There are some updates to Squads that should make spawning on your buddies a much smoother experience. There are other changes as well, many of which you’ll notice as you poke around. A big one is the inclusion of a recommendation engine that suggest maps, modes, and more.”

The game still remains the same apart from these changes and we aren’t regretting a bit. Battlefield had always been a great game and the fans still love playing it.

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On the other hand, we have another Battlefield game, Battlefield 1 to look forward to towards the last quarter of this year. We definitely have some high expectations from Battlefield 1 which is actually set by the former Battlefield games.