Battlefield 4 Considering Saves Transfer, System Requirements, Xbox One Won’t Block Games If You Get Banned And The Last Of Us
Battlefield 4 releases both on current gen platforms and the upcoming next gen consoles. And DICE is considering the ability to transfer saves between current gen consoles and onto the next.
You know, in the case you get an itch to see what Battlefield 4 looks like on the PS4/Xbox One.
Speaking in an interview, DICE said “[we] just started having this discussion, so this is not settled yet. But we have heard that – I don’t know if this came from inside or outside of DICE – but that is being discussed.”
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Battlefield 4 has sent out invitations to testers to play their alpha build. The system requirements for the alpha build is:
OS: Vista SP2, Win7 (Win8 not supported)
64 bit (32 bit not supported)
Dx10 or Dx 11 GPU with 1+GB of RAM, Dx 11 highly recommended
25GB HDD free space required
Latest Origin version required
Microsoft has cleared up the confusion whether you can still play your Xbox One games if you get banned from Xbox Live. The answer is that yes you can. Microsoft’s Major Nelson said, you will “always have access to the games you purchased”. Even if you are banned from Xbox Live, I might add.
Finally, The Last of Us is currently the best selling game in the UK. Can’t wait to get my hands on it.