Battlefield 4 to appear at EB Expo 2013
EB Expo attendees will be able to experience Battlefield 4 at the event.
Electronic Arts Australia has revealed that Battlefield 4 will be making an appearance at EB Expo this year. The announcement, which was made on Twitter, invites attendees to “experience Battlefield 4” at this year’s event.
No additional details were divulged as to what this would entail.
The game, which uses the next iteration of DICE's Frostbite engine, was announced with a 17-minute gameplay video at GDC 2013. The game is due to be released later this year, but so far only Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC versions have been confirmed.
EB Expo 2013 will take place over three days from October 4-6, and will once again take place at the Sydney Showgrounds. Hosted by Aussie retailer EB Games, several exhibitors have confirmed their presence at the expo.
The EB Expo is an event dedicated to gaming and geek culture, and will be open to the general public who purchase tickets. For the rundown on all the action that happened at last year's event, check out GameSpot AU's full coverage on our EB Expo 2012 hub.
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