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Battlefield 4’s Battlelog Features Tablet And Smartphone Integration

DICE has revealed more details about the next iteration of its social tracking service Battlelog for Battlefield 4.
Battlelog producer Oskar Gabrielson: “They have their smartphones, their tablets, their computers next to them while they’re playing, and we want to create a Battlefield that can incorporate all of these devices in the experience.” 
DICE introduced Battlelog which is a service that was part of the Battlefield 3 experince. Battlelog was a social service that kept track of players activities within the game. This service can work alongside you, acting as a second screen and provide tactical advantages and information about your allies and in-game map, similar to how the Wii U Gamepad displays where your Pikmin’s locations is within the world.
Players will be able to use their mobile device to customize their loadouts and see the status of their friends. Some other features include new regional leaderboards and Players will be able to create their own custom missions between friends,
Battlefield 4 will launch on the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 on October 29, with Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions also in the works.



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This entry was posted on 07/26/2013 by in Computer, Microsoft, Sony and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , .
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