Captain Ned wrote:Et voila.
tanker27 wrote:Wait a second......so the Digital Deluxe is 69.99 and then the 'season pass' is 49.99????
Holy hell if thats true
Savyg wrote:tanker27 wrote:Wait a second......so the Digital Deluxe is 69.99 and then the 'season pass' is 49.99????
Holy hell if thats true
from what I saw BF3s premium stuff was pretty awesome. I only ever played Gun Master and Scavenger by the end of it.
I expect good things from BF4s as well, but I don't feel the need to buy it yet.
JohnC wrote:Premium pack will always be available and will only go down in price over time.
Also, even with regular edition of the game you'll get a free expansion pack, China Rising, for free, as long as you'll preorder the game before the official release day.
dryfish wrote:Options for a 400-500$ MB/Proc/8GB? I could take this to systems building thread but it's an upgrade for BF4..
Here's my first stab: Always liked Intel, old asus MB and Intel run me for many years.
MB http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6813131837
Proc http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6819116504
Mem http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6820231587
Great_Big_Abyss wrote:For anyone thinking that the game is expensive, yes, the initial outlay is quite a large one, especially if you get Premium.
However, for the avid Battlefield player, look at it like this:
I've so far put 237 hours into BF3. I paid $60 for the initial Limited Edition game at release, and another $50 for the Premium edition when it was released. That's a total of $110.
This works out to 46cents per hour of entertainment (although my wife tells me that I need to include the cost of my computer, but I politely ignore her on things she clearly knows nothing about, lol), which is pretty good value, if you ask me.
Based on that rationale, I Pre-ordered BF3 and premium yesterday, and look forward to when I can actually play all the maps.
dryfish wrote:I totally am not complaining about the cost of the game. Just having to bite off replacing my GTX 460 and MB/CPU/Memory at the same time kinda hurts. That being said system has ran smooth for many BF games.
Airmantharp wrote:I haven't really pounded into it yet- but my Clevo gaming laptop/workstation does quite fine with an Ivy quad + HT at 3.0GHz (max boost, where it stays) and the GTX675M, which is a full-on GTX560 in mobile guise.
I'd think that a GTX460 wouldn't be too terribly bad if you backed off the settings a little?
Airmantharp wrote:It isn't cheap, mind you, but if BF4 delivers anything close to what BF3 delivered content-wise, it's a fair price for what you're getting, all things considered- and yes, I've already picked up all of it.
Firestarter wrote:Airmantharp wrote:It isn't cheap, mind you, but if BF4 delivers anything close to what BF3 delivered content-wise, it's a fair price for what you're getting, all things considered- and yes, I've already picked up all of it.
If, on the other hand, EA decides that they'd rather cash out and only deliver content with minimum effort behind it, you'd be crying foul all year long without being able to do anything about it. EA doesn't deserve our trust in the least IMO, and pre-ordering expansions with this season pass/premium stuff is showing them trust using the only currency that EA actually cares about.
JohnC wrote:You guys will be renting teh BF4 server? Or just selecting some pub to play on?
We probably will rent our own but it will mostly be for certain streaming channel (on Twitch.tv) fans.