Battlefield 4 supports 64 players on PlayStation 4, 60 fps
During today’s live streaming of Battlefield 4 multiplayer at E3, DICE confirmed in an on-screen interview that the PlayStation 4 version will indeed support 64 players. When the game was unveiled yesterday EA’s E3 press conference, DICE said that the Xbox One would support 64 players, but there was no mention of 64 players on the PS4. Both next-gen consoles will run the game at 60 frames per second as well.
Now PlayStation 4 players can breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that they too will get to experience Battlefield 4 with 64 players, Commander, and all the new features. PC players will of course also see 64 player support. However, PS3 and Xbox 360 versions will be limited to 24 players in multiplayer. It was confirmed a while ago that Battlefield 4 will not feature any co-op.
During Microsoft’s E3 press conference, they announced that Battlefield 4 Second Assault, the very second DLC for the game, will be a timed exclusive on the Xbox One.