Gamers who begin playing Battlefield 4 on current gen won't lose anything with a next gen upgrade.
Electronic Arts and DICE will launch the next generation of all-out warfare with Battlefield 4 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The developer is bringing huge 64-player battles running at a smooth 60 frames-per-second on next gen consoles.
Whether gamers are playing on Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, DICES wants to make the transition to next generation consoles easy. All the time and effort gamers spend building up their Battlefield 4 stats will carry over when they upgrade from the Xbox 360 to Xbox One and from the PlayStation 3 to PlayStation 4. This way, on October 29, players can get in the game without any worries that they will have to start ranking up all over again when the next generation consoles launch.
DICE has promised to keep the action going all year long with the return of Premium membership for Battlefield 4. With membership, players can expect themed digital expansion packs, new weekly content and personalization options. And just as their stats, unlocks and rank will be transferrable from current-gen to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, so too will Battlefield 4 Premium membership.
DICE will reveal new multiplayer details in Germany at Gamescom 2013.