Last week Battlefield 4 players found the legendary Megalodon, parading the massive Cenozoic Era shark around the internet like some twisted fishing trophy. Sounds like ol' Megalodon needs a better hiding place. Perhaps Photoshop can help.
Stun_Gravy took a break from pulling crazy stunts in Battlefield to document a small problem in Battlefield 4's DLC, Second Assault. There are jets, of course, but the runways are too short for them to take off.
Locate target. Eject. Deploy package. Return to your vehicle. Sounds easy, but if your vehicle is a moving jet, and the target is a chopper high above you, things get hard. Even if it's in Battlefield 4. Here's YouTuber ponylion pulling off this pretty cool maneuver like it's the easiest thing out there.
The elevators in Battlefield 4? They're fine, as long as you ignore stuff like this, straight from a horror movie. But glitchy elevator physics is the price we have to pay for collapsing buildings and levolution moments.
We did it for the beta, so there's no reason to skip the funniest and glitchiest moments of Battlefield 4 proper. Especially when players have been capturing some awesome moments like these.
Can you imagine the ridiculous Battlefield moments arising from the fact that you can revive a falling player? Oh, nevermind that. What about the epic, heroic moments you'll have when throwing yourself over an explosive to save your friends?
Okay, yes, 'Levolution' is a really silly name for a Battlefield 4 feature...but don't underestimate how cool it is. With it, you can trigger some massive destruction on multiplayer maps—which can then change the map itself a little. Ah, but how do you do it; what levolution is available on which maps? What do they…