It says has announced a new interface for Battlefield 4, «designed to improve the gaming experience with friends and to highlight relevant content». This new way of navigating through the game will debut in the shooter from 2013 and when Battlefield 1 comes out in October will be there too; they will later include Hardline.
This new interface is «designed to improve the gaming experience with friends and to highlight relevant content», explains the study; It seems to basically eliminate the need for an external browser to search and join games, something important to get “more intuitive, centralized experience” that seem to suck.
«Now you can create a patrol before, even entering a game, and continue with it when you have finished the round. You can get together with your friends and get together in a game, which greatly facilitates the experience and ensures you that ye may appear together in the game,”they say. There is also «an engine that recommends maps, modes, etc.», and other innovations that want to offer “a more relevant and personalized experience”.
The next big thing, and the project longer, is the possibility, as explained on his blog, integrating the three games on a single menu that allows you to jump from one to another more easily:
When you have implanted in the three games, it will be very easy to move from one to another (as long as those have all, clear). Pass San Quentin wound in Battlefield 1 to the skyscrapers of Shanghai in Battlefield 4? It is now easier than ever.
It is not in any way bad idea: a sort of meeting where to find items at different historical moments, and they throw the game appropriate depending on whether we want to play here or there.
For the moment, the «new interface will be available as a Beta for Battlefield 4 for a select group». Later they will give more information on how to access the test periods.