Along side the launch of Battlefield 4, the highly anticipated first-person shooter and fourth numbered entry in the long running Battlefield franchise from developers Digital Illusions CE, comes an inside look at the ideas, concepts and art from which the universe of Battlefield 4 was born.
The Art of Battlefield 4 from Titan Books and author Martin Robinson, an award winning journalist and Features Editor and Eurogamer, is filled with 192 pages of art, sketches, ideas and concepts straight from the “War Room” deep inside DICE’s headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. Here, in this small conference room filled with whiteboard ideas, scribbles, names, pictures, maps, and glass walls covered in concept art, is where Battlefield 4 was born.
With the Art of Battlefield 4, you’ll be able to take a look into the minds at DICE and see for yourself how Battlefield 4 shaped up from inception to reception with a collection of images that helped mold the game into what it is today. See character models before their digitalization and learn about the environments in which both Battlefield 4’s single player campaign and multiplayer offerings take place. Each page is filled with gorgeous, full-page art and blurbs about the story and level design.
For those more interested in taking a peek behind Battlefield 4’s multiplayer, the book also contains a section dedicated to all 10 of Battlefield 4’s multiplayer maps with concept sketches and blurbs about the design of each map.
If you’re a true Battlefield junkie, this full-page and and informative art book is definitely worth checking out. You can pick up The Art of Battlefield 4 where available for $34.95 USD.
You can also enter for a chance to win a copy for yourself by following us on Twitter or liking us on Facebook and letting us know your favorite map/level or character from either Battlefield 4’s single player campaign or multiplayer. We’ll be choosing a winner this Friday, November 29! Open to Canadian and US residents.