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Just Cause 2 Meets Battlefield 4


Here’s another Kickstarter project with an Xbox One planned release should they reach their first “stretch goal”. JetGetters is a fighter hi-jacking game from the creators of No Time To Explain. To be put really simply, it’s all about flying high in the sky and hijacking other players’ vehicles mid-air. Which actually, sounds kind of cool.

Unfortunately it only has 12 days to go and just under $25,00 yet to be promised if we are to see it released on Xbox One. Watch the video, read the details and if you decide JetGetters is something you’d like to see released on Xbox One, head on over to their Kickstarter page right here.

    Players on both teams fly out of their base in fighter jets, and shoot each other. At any time you can eject into the sky, and free-fall through the air, aiming and shooting Skydiving, you can continue to shoot, or zip towards an enemy and hijack them, throwing them out into the sky and saving you from falling to your death. You don’t lose any points for wrecking a jet, so have fun launching them at people, crashing them, taking risks, or ditching a damaged one. Jet fighters are an infinite resource If you’re freefalling with no enemies nearby, try calling a teammate to catch you in mid­air! You can surf a teammate’s jet and shoot behind them, or repair them to help out. If you want to both eject out and swap vehicles: go nuts! You can hijack not only jets, but missiles and other air-borne items too! Try steering them away, or back at an enemy, or towards a large group, or towards a team-mate.

JetGetters Early gameplay video:

Battlefield 4 – Story Campaign Trailer


EA have released the Story trailer today for Battlefield 4 which features a dramatic character-driven campaign that starts with the evacuation of American VIPs from Shanghai and follows your squad’s struggle to find its way home.

Battlefield 4 is released for Xbox 360 on November 1st, it is also part of the game upgrade program for those lucky people picking up an Xbox One on November 22, details below:

Don’t wait to get into the action. You can buy the game on current-gen and benefit from up to three weeks of play time – time that can be used to rank up, giving you a competitive advantage on the next-gen battlefield. We respect the time you will invest in playing and don’t want you to lose all of your effort when you upgrade to next-gen. That is why we are making it easy to carry forward your multiplayer stats and your Battlefield 4 Premium membership. No more worrying about starting all over again. Your rank, score, K/D ratio, wins, time played, service stars, dog tags taken, vehicles destroyed, repairs, revives, squad score, accuracy and more will all transfer to next-gen consoles at launch.

Buy battlefield 4 on current-gen, upgrade later to next-gen for as low as £9.99.

Battlefield 4: Team Nelson Vs. Team Bongos


So as the PR machines continue their mission to ensure all we do is think about Battlefield 4 over the coming days and weeks up to release, it seems Xbox Live’s Major Nelson and AceyBongos are in on the action too in a USA vs Europe, 32-person Squads in a Head-to-Head Battle.

The official press release looks like this:

Join us in the global, live streamed event, Battlefield 4™: Showdown Live Europe vs. USA on November 1 at 17.00 GMT, where two teams of 32-players will compete in an event in London. The Showdown will mark the debut of Battlefield 4 Second Assault, an expansion pack available at launch first on Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft. Battlefield 4 Second Assault includes four fan-favourite Battlefield 3™ maps re-imagined with the power of Frostbite™ 3. Top-tier Battlefield players will be hand selected to represent their country as they battle it out on Xbox One.

Battlefield 4 will be available November 1 for the Xbox 360 and November 22 on Xbox One.

Battlefield 4 Second Assault is one of five expansion packs included in Battlefield 4 Premium, an exclusive membership for fans that provides a wealth of new content to keep the action going all year long for only £39.99. Battlefield 4 Second Assault will be available first on Xbox One.