Battlefield 4 campaign has a great story to tell, says DICE Creative Director

As Battlefield 4 multiplayer beta on testing but game has also a full-focused single-player campaign story and the DICE creative director Lars Gustavsson says, we have a great story to tell and it will also make you feel smart.

Lars was speaking to CVG, he was queried ‘If there was any call for a Battlefield 4 campaign at all’ he replied, “The future will tell, but where we come from we do single player because we want to and we’ve learned a lot while doing it, and I think we have a great story to tell. As a team and a studio we’ve learned so much from crossbreeding between single player and multiplayer. The whole concept of Levolution in many ways comes from single player, and our exploring how we could bring drama and interaction to the world.”

Battlefield 4’s campaign wasn’t strong reaction he said, “We got a lot of feedback from the Battlefield 3 single-player, and based on what we intended to deliver the team did a great job, but given that it’s a Battlefield product there were a lot of expectations that it would be more open, what we promised ourselves [with Battlefield 4] was to unify the product more, so we infused a lot of the things from multiplayer – from being able to use your squad – into multiplayer, so now you can use them in single player to engage enemies.”

“First and foremost we’re opening up the encounters more to give you the freedom to decide how to tackle them, whereas in Battlefield 3 it was more ‘pick up that one and kill that one’, which I can agree is not the most exciting way. Players want to feel smart doing what they’re doing.” He said final words of conversation.

Hope you will also play Battlefield 4’s campaign mission alongside with multiplayer.

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