When game developers say they are going mobile now days, it typically just means a new phone or tablet version of their game. In this case however Battlefield 4 is hopping into a tank and trundling around Australia.
Electronic Arts’ Battlefield 4 has hit the store shelves today; we sat down with Lars Gustavsson, Creative Director at developer DICE to get his thoughts on the newest member of the Battlefield family, in particular at a time of console generational change.
Australian ISP iiNet has today announced its preparations for battle, Battlefield 4 that is. When a new, and quite potentially popular new online game is about to hit the market, the trepidation for players, developers and publishers alike is whether the infrastructure will stand the day one pressure. iiNet is doing its best to cover Australians as best they can.
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