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Battlefield 4 Trailer Blows Everything Up

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Things are getting pretty hectic in the land of first person shooters. With Titanfall, Killzone and Call of Duty all drawing their battle lines with new trailers and sneak peeks, Battlefield 4 has now entered the mix.

This snippet of single player campaign shows some of the merry chaos you'll be having to avoid as US Marine Sgt. Daniel Recker, a member of the menacingly titled 'Tombstone squad' (they're never called 'Happy Panda club' are they?). Against the backdrop of a global conflict between US, Russia and China, you and your squad will enter the fight on foot and in plethora of land, sea and air units.

Does it matter that it isn't going to be running at 1080p? If it looks anything like as frantic and involving as this video, we really won't mind.



(Images: EA)

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