It was just a couple of days ago when we brought you word that Battlefield 4 for the upcoming PS4 might arrive with keyboard and mouse support which would certainly raise the level of gaming enjoyment for the title by a few notches. Well, DICE general manager Karl Magnus has yet another confirmation for Battlefield 4 fans, although this confirmation would target future Xbox One owners, as he claims that Kinect will be part of the Battlefield 4 experience on the Xbox One.
At first glance, one might think that motion control in a FPS would not come in handy considering how precision is the name of the game, but motion control might still be adopted as part of its menu navigation, although chances of it happening in the core game would be slim since it might actually detract from the gameplay experience itself. Heck, while I am sure that some of us do not mind lobbing a grenade or two at the enemy, doing so for the umpteenth time might prove old pretty fast. What role do you think Kinect will play in Battlefield 4 for the Xbox One?
Next Story: Dell XPS 12 Now Comes With Haswell Chip
- 2014-04-15: Battlefield 4 "Death Shield" Bug Discovered
- 2014-04-03: Battlefield 4: Naval Strike Will See General Release On 15 April
- 2014-04-02: DICE Promises To Fix Battlefield 4's Rubber-Banding Issue
- 2014-03-26: Battlefield 4 Naval Strike DLC For Xbox One And PC Delayed
- 2014-03-10: Battlefield 4 "Rent A Server" Will Be Coming To PS4 Soon
- 2013-10-22: Battlefield 4 Single-Player Campaign Trailer Released
- 2013-10-16: DICE Recommends Xbox 360 Battlefield 4 Players Install 14GB Of Content Onto Their Drives
- 2013-09-16: Battlefield 4 Beta Launching On October 1 Across PC, Xbox 360, PS3
- 2013-02-20: Sony's PS4 Event Unveiling Next-Gen Battlefield 4? [Rumor]