The Xbox 720 and PS4 will be receiving a number of different experiences from the games that hit the platforms, and it looks like "Battlefield 4" is going to try and deliver a much more emotion performance than ever seen before.
According to a report from VG24/7 yesterday, DICE General Manager Karl Magnus Troedsson spoke about what this game will be focusing on and how it will differ from previous experiences.
"While it made sound cliché or [like] a bullet-point phrase, it’s something that the team are really living by, as opposed to trying to tell a story solely about a huge war, geo-politics, what’s going on around the world.
"That will be there in the background, but that’s not what this game is about," Troedsson said.
DICE has been very adamant about the fact that "Battlefield 4" will be bringing a more "human" experience than other installments.
People got to witness that desire with the first trailer that debuted a handful of days ago. Gamers have all heard about the new, immersive experiences developers want to bring to the Xbox 720 and PS4, but for now it's more of a wait and see type of approach that is best to take.
"Battlefield 4" should be debuting later this year.