DICE recently released it’s latest Battlefield incarnation to the masses and fans looking to destroy things on a large scale will probably dive into this game. While I step aside from the multiplayer destruction, I take a look at The Art of Battlefield 4.
Like various big game releases, there’s always special behind-the-scenes books for nerdy fans, like Titan Books companion art book The Art of Battlefield 4. Video game journalist Martin Robinson takes us on journey on the making of the game with Senior Concept Artist Robert Sammelin and the rest of the DICE team. The book is filled with concept drawings and development art.
If you’re already playing multiplayer campaigns for a couple of hours and need a donut break and really blown away by crazy building damages, take a look a the behind-the-scenes with The Art of Battlefield 4. Fans of Battlefield 4 must get this book!
Hardbound: The Art of Battlefield 4
Publisher: Titan Books