Battlefield 4 Adds 'Levolution' Real-Time Dynamic Map Features

'You've never seen a war like this' GameStop claims.

by on 24th May, 2013

According to a post on GameStop's website via Reddit Battlefield 4 will include a 'levolution' feature which will allow players to dynamically alter the game map in real-time.

"You've never seen a war like this," the 'About the Game' post comments. "Just when you thought you had the lay of the land, Battlefield 4 introduced Levolution, a brand new way to affect the landscape in real-time using interactive elements. Featuring new weapons, a new war, and a slew of new gameplay, Battlefield 4 brings a whole new sense of realism to the way you battle in the campaign and online multiplayer."

It seems the Battlefield 4 will feature similar properties to the destruction engine from Battlefield: Bad Company 2 if the post is to be believed.

"The new sandbox-style mission layouts let you decide how to accomplish your missions. Pre-order Battlefield 4 now to get the Battlefield 4 China Rising Expansion Pack, featuring a brand new way to lay waste to your enemies and keep the roads clean for your brothers in arms."

Battlefield 4 was earlier this week confirmed for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One; the title has previously been announced PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. 

The game is being developed using DICE's Frostbite 3 engine and the studio has said they're "very interested" in adding e-sports features to the game. The game is set to be streamed by Spike TV and DICE during E3.

A number of possible additions to the game have been unearthed in an EA survey about the title including seas that "swell" or are "stormy" among other features.

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