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Campaign Details

By breadbitten22-07-2013

Not going to waste much of your time with this...

"In Battlefield 4, you take on the role of Sergeant Daniel Recker, member of an elite group of soldiers known as Tombstone squad. While on a mission to collect intelligence from a defecting Russian General in Baku, Azerbaijan, your squad is discovered and you must fight your way through waves of Russian troops in order to escape. Upon getting back to the USS Valkyrie, a Wasp class carrier, the intelligence you've retrieved confirms previous suspicions. The Chinese Admiral Chang is planning a coup in China, and if this happens, the Russians would back him up."

"With this intel secure, the USS Valkyrie sets a course for Shanghai. You and Tombstone squad are sent on a covert mission into the city to extract a group of VIP's. China is in uproar after the U.S. has been implicated in the assassination of Jin Jié, the future leader and voice for peace in China. Admiral Chang has canceled elections and martial law has been declared. As U.S. and Russian naval forces position themselves off the coast of China, and the situation quickly escalates into a stare down akin to a tinderbox waiting for a spark."

In short: You play as tough (but human) soldier "Recker", "unlikely heroes", explosions, "real human story", SETPIECES, more explosions, something something Valkyrie Wasp Tombstone, "intelligence" (haha), DEM CHINEEZE...AND RUSH-UNS!

Welcome to Battlefield 4's campaign.

Comments (4)
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Posts: 3290

Co-op would definitely be a good move. Especially considering how there's always the focus on being squad based. It would also allow them make the campaign feel more integrated to the overall experience. Like a linear, objective based version of the mutli-player.

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I think I want more of a co-op campaign, but the campaign will still be a CoD clone.

Posts: 223

Speak for yourself Merc. Even though BF3's campaign was very forgettable, it didn't impact the quality of the multiplayer.

As long as the MP stays the shining beacon of awesomeness, then let them try and add a decent solo campaign

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