When we announced Battlefield 4 a year ago, we expected it to be one of the biggest games of 2017.
It has since gone on to become one of our favorite games of all time, selling over 3.2 million copies and becoming the best-selling game of all-time on PC.
Its legacy of innovation and accessibility has allowed it to become a cornerstone of PC gaming and a platform for new genres.
But its release is now over.
In the wake of the game’s release, a lot of players have been wondering: Why is it over?
Why is the game no longer available?
And why are so many players stuck on the game?
What does this mean for me?
Let’s dive into the story behind Battlefield 4 and what it means for you.
Battlefield 4 started as a test for the upcoming next-gen Battlefield game.
That’s when a bunch of fans in the Battlefield community decided to create a Battlefield 4 beta.
This is when you, the fans, put in your first hours on the Battlefield 4 Beta.
In Battlefield 4, you control the leader of the rebel faction, who must work together with your allies to fight the Empire.
The campaign features a new, more realistic environment that requires you to get your soldiers to fight on the front lines of battle.
In this new environment, you will be able to pick up and equip your weapon, get upgrades for your vehicles, and create your own personal profile.
And the game also features a brand new map, Battlefield Hardline.
This new map was designed to be a more challenging experience than the game currently offers, but you can still get a taste of the new map with a new mission, called “Hardline.”
Hardline features the first new map since Battlefield 4’s launch, and is set to be the most intense and challenging map for the new game.
The beta was also a test of the future.
As a result, some players were unhappy with the lack of content in the beta, and a lot people left the beta because they were not happy with the gameplay.
The game still has a lot to offer, and there are still a lot more maps to come.
So how is the beta going?
Battlefield is an incredibly large and ambitious game, and we all know how important it is to have a balanced and consistent experience.
So when we announced that we were discontinuing the beta in September, it was a very difficult decision.
It was also difficult because we had a lot invested in the game.
Our team worked for months to make sure that we delivered on the promise of the beta and were not making the game less fun or less exciting for players.
But that’s not how we want our fans to experience the game now.
We have a lot planned for the next year, and it is important that the fans stay tuned to us and our development blog to learn more about the game, its future, and where we’re heading.
The final thing to consider before buying Battlefield 4 is whether or not you have the time to spend playing the game over the course of a month.
The beta was a great learning experience for us and we hope to continue it for future releases.
But if you don’t want to get a full Battlefield experience over the next month, you might want to consider the full game.
Battlefield 4 can be purchased for a low price on Steam right now for $19.99, but it is limited to two weeks of free play.