Battlefield 4 leaks point to the return of Commander Mode
New leaked marketing material for Battlefield 4 reiterate some things that we’ve already heard about the upcoming shooter. A EB Games retail poster for Battlefield 4 was recently uncovered, and on it, the marketing teases the “Return of Commander Mode” as well as Battlelog 2.0, Premium Content, and a “Thrilling Single Player Campaign”.
The poster can be found over on BF4Central, but lists the following features for Battlefield 4.
Armchair General: Rank up into the seat of the brand new commander mode and lead your team to victory.
Battlelog 2.0: The next version of the state of the art gaming portal. Track every shot, every opponent, every detail of your online Battlefield career.
Go Premium: Stand out on the battlefield with exclusive uniforms, weapons, and more. Get exclusive expansions, starting with “Drone Strike”.
Thrill Ride: Thrilling single player campaign takes you all over the world as part of an elite squad of soldiers.
Neither EA nor DICE has commented on the leaked material at the time of this post, but the only feature in this list that hasn’t been confirmed by EA at this point is the return of Commander Mode. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard rumblings about the return of this popular feature. Last month, other marketing material suggested that Commander Mode would return to Battlefield 4.
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