Fredrick C. Hela
Fredrick C. Hela

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Saturday, 03 September 2016 02:31

Battlefield 1 Open Beta

There’s more than just war waiting for you in the Beta. If you want a Battlefield 1 Beta Dog Tag* in Battlefield 1 when it comes out on October 21, you'll need to complete an in-game mission. Want it? Well, you'll need to make sure to:

  • Rank up to level 15
  • Play on four different days

You'll be battling in the Sinai Desert map, a scorching hot battlefield located just East of El-Jifar. This is your opportunity to try out thrilling horse charges over sand dunes, skirmishes in the narrow streets of the village of Bir el Mazar, and dogfights above the majestic cliffs. When all hope is lost, reinforcements will arrive in the shape of a powerful Behemoth: a deadly Armored Train charging through the desert sands.

Sunday, 23 November 2014 02:59

BF4 Final Stand

Battlefield 4 Final Stand is the final expansion pack for Battlefield 4 multiplayer. Final Stand is the “epic conclusion” to the game, and will be released as the very last DLC (and the 5th in the series). LIke all other DLC, Battlefield 4 Final Stand will retail for $15 as a download-only, however, Premium owners will be able to get it for free.



Battlefield 4 Final Stand content

Sunday, 23 November 2014 02:55

BF4 Final Stand

Battlefield 4 Final Stand is the final expansion pack for Battlefield 4 multiplayer. Final Stand is the “epic conclusion” to the game, and will be released as the very last DLC (and the 5th in the series). LIke all other DLC, Battlefield 4 Final Stand will retail for $15 as a download-only, however, Premium owners will be able to get it for free.



Battlefield 4 Final Stand content

Saturday, 22 November 2014 01:13

BF4 Final Stand

FUTURISTIC GADGETS

All-new gadgets and Battle Pickups like the flying, machine gun-equipped drone XD-1 Accipiter and the sneaky DS-3 Decoy Signal give you the upper hand on the Battlefield.

Saturday, 22 November 2014 01:03

Come Play BF4 Final Stand

HIGH-TECH WEAPONRY

Fight in secret military installations and get your mitts on high-tech prototype weapons like the devastating railgun Rorsch MK-1, that fires a single powerful ignited by kinetic energy.


TRAVERSE THE SNOW

Use the new Snowmobile or take helm of the experimental hover tank HT-95 Levkov, capable of versatile movement, to master the sub-zero landscapes and harsh blizzards of the 4 all-new maps.


FUTURISTIC GADGETS

All-new gadgets and Battle Pickups like the flying, machine gun-equipped drone XD-1 Accipiter and the sneaky DS-3 Decoy Signal give you the upper hand on the Battlefield.

Wednesday, 23 October 2013 03:25

BF4 Countdown

On October 29, we will launch Battlefield 4 on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Experience the pinnacle of this generation of gaming with best-in-class multiplayer warfare, spectacular visuals and massive destruction. A few weeks later, we’ll bring the ultimate all-out-war experience to the next generation of consoles. Battlefield 4 will be available for PlayStation 4 starting November 12 in North America and November 29 in Europe, and Xbox One starting November 19 in North America and November 22 in Europe.


BUY NOW, UPGRADE LATER 

Don’t wait to get into the action. You can buy the game on current-gen and benefit from up to three weeks of play time – time that can be used to rank up, giving you a competitive advantage on the next-gen battlefield. We respect the time you will invest in playing and don’t want you to lose all of your effort when you upgrade to next-gen. That is why we are making it easy to carry forward your multiplayer stats and your Battlefield 4 Premium membership. No more worrying about starting all over again. Your rank, score, K/D ratio, wins, time played, service stars, dog tags taken, vehicles destroyed, repairs, revives, squad score, accuracy and more will all transfer to next-gen consoles at launch.


Friday, 20 September 2013 03:36

BF4 Beta Start Dates!!!

The Battlefield 4 Beta is coming soon. You’ll be able to play the Siege of Shanghai map in Conquest Mode or Domination Mode.

We’ve introduced a lot of new and exciting elements into Battlefield 4, like Levolution, Amphibious Assault, and much more. We can’t wait for everyone to try them out in the Beta!

Looking to get into the beta? Here’s how:

How to Join:Join the Beta on:
Pre-order the Battlefield 4 PC Digital Deluxe Edition (Available on Origin)October 1*
Battlefield 3 Premium memberOctober 1*
Registered owner of Medal of Honor Warfighter Limited Edition or Digital Deluxe EditionOctober 1*
Open to all Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC players. Download from Xbox Live, PSN and Origin.com.October 4*

*Date subject to change.

For any other questions on the BF4 Beta, read up on our Beta FAQ.

Buy now, upgrade later - Get a head start on next-gen. Start your progress on current-gen, bring it with you when you upgrade to next-gen for as low as $9.99.

Battlefield 4 releases in North America on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on October 29; PlayStation 4 on November 12 and Xbox One on November 19. In Europe Battlefield 4 launches on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on October 31; PlayStation 4 on November 29 and Xbox One on November 22. Pre-order today. We’ll see you on the Battlefield!

Wednesday, 11 September 2013 02:12

In Memory of those we lost


If the horror of 11 September 2001 was immediately evident to the millions of people who were transfixed by the images on their television screens, the precise scale of it would take much longer to realise. The most indelible number of all those associated with the attacks – the death toll – was one of the slowest to emerge. Weeks after 9/11, it peaked at 6,000. Ten years later, it has settled at 2,996, including the 19 hijackers. But the remains of 41 per cent of victims, sifted from the debris of what became known as Ground Zero, have still not been identified.

Quantifying destruction that seemed unfathomable has become as important as the continuing quest to give names to the fragments of the dead. Statisticians, scientists, journalists and, less helpfully, conspiracy theorists, have taken on the challenge, mining official reports, witness testimonies and the crash sites themselves in their attempts to create a record of an event that has generated more column inches and hours of TV footage than any other.

The figure of almost 3,000 remains the most compelling, as the stories of those victims continue to be told and recorded. For the generation of children who start secondary school this week with no recollection of the day that shaped a decade, the evolving record of 9/11 is all there is.

As time fades the memories of the rest of us, the shock waves created by the four airliners continue to be felt across the world. Anniversaries – and the spikes in coverage that they produce – add dimension to a disaster that itself became known as a number.

Let us never forget this tragedy, and all those innocent people that died, as well as the many heroes that threw their lives into helping.

Thursday, 01 March 2012 18:21

Traditions Expanded

=L1S= Traditions

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