Battlefield 4 features 64-player multiplayer on Xbox One and PS4

DICE unveils first look at multiplayer map Siege of Shanghai.


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DICE has confirmed that the Xbox 720, PC, and PlayStation 4 versions of Battlefield 4 will feature support for 64-player multiplayer matches.

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At EA's E3 2013 press conference, DICE unveiled the first look at the multiplayer level Siege of Shanghai. The level featured helicopters, attack boats, and Jetskis, and culminated in a group of attackers working their way to the top of a massive skyscraper that was then reduced to rubble.

The returning Commander mode was shown running on a tablet, with the Commander player calling down an artillery strike. Alongside the Commander class, five-person squads were also shown. The Commander mode was shown running from a top-down viewpoint, and DICE added that it could also be played from the console.

The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Battlefield 3 were restricted to 32 players, though the PC version allowed for 64.

Earlier today, Microsoft confirmed that the Xbox One version of Battlefield 4 would run at 60fps and that DLC for the game would be released first on Microsoft's next-generation console.

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