Despite the glitch start I really enjoy BF4 and it has become my mainstay go-to for ...
Ryan M Cunningham, Amazon
20 February 2015
Summary: Despite the glitch start I really enjoy BF4 and it has become my mainstay go-to for my multiplayer fix. I wish so k e of the DC guns had simpler unlock challenges because some require very specific things that may be difficult to reproduce the conditions necessary to unlock them at this point. I mean we paid for it so why not just hand it to us?
Summary: System specs: -i5 2500k -msi r9 280x - asus p8z68-V LX -4x4gb ddr3 1333mhz (3 sticks of corsair xms3 and 1 stick of some ram from microcenter that are all the same speed and stuff) This build should be have 70+ fps on max setting 1080p but I run low settings because low is smoother and I low is actually pretty good looking already. I turned vsync on to lock the fps at 60 and I monitor my temps and stuff all the time.
Summary: Pretty great game. Single player campaign is well done. It pulls you in and holds you pretty well throughout the whole campaign. Multiplayer is ok. I feel the game started off even and will put together but every expansion becomes more over powered than the last.
Summary: Even thought this game is bugged and having to pay EA Premium Service twice: one for console and one for PC account, Battlefield 4 is still a fun game to play, Premium give you more maps to enjoy. Don't expect Premium perk because there is none. If it is on sale, buy it. Don't waste your money buying at full price.