EA's Battlefield 4 poll shows more excitement for multiplayer

82 per cent of people are anticipating Battlefield 4's multi-player more than its singleplayer.


82 per cent of Battlefield 4 fans are looking forward to the upcoming game's multiplayer over the single-player campaign, if publisher EA's current poll on the official Battlefield Blog is to be believed.

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The poll, which has been running since March 27 and has seen 39,796 votes at time of writing, asks players what they're looking forward to in Battlefield 4 the most: multiplayer or single-player. 82 per cent of respondents--32,706 votes--said multiplayer.

18 per cent of respondents said they were anticipating Battlefield 4's single-player campaign over its multiplayer.

Swedish developer DICE has previously confirmed that, unlike Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4 will not feature a co-op campaign.

Despite the poll's results, no information about Battlefield 4's multiplayer has currently been made public. DICE officially unveiled Battlefield 4 at GDC 2013, showing off a 17-minute single-player gameplay demo. DICE has said the campaign will track many different elements and incorporate a multiplayer sensibility into the single-player.

EA has confirmed that a Battlefield 4 beta will be happening later in the year, with early access currently promised to those who purchased last year's Medal of Honor: Warfighter.

Battlefield 4 will launch in fall 2013. So far the game has been confirmed for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. For more information on the game, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.

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