DICE and EA have revealed that players who purchase current-gen version of Battlefield 4 and wish to upgrade to the next-gen version will only pay £10 (R156*).
“Inside marked physical copies of Battlefield 4 for PlayStation 3 there will be a voucher with a unique code printed on it. This code will allow you the one-time offer of buying a digital version of Battlefield 4 via the PlayStation Store for only £10,” explained a post on the EU Playstation community page.
The discounted upgrade feature from current-gen to next-gen titles was originally announced by Sony president Andrew House during the Gamescom keynote presentation.
DICE has also announced that the open beta for Battlefield 4 will begin on 1 October for 360, PS3 and PC. It features Conquest mode on the Siege of Shanghai map.
DICE also revealed that Battlefield 4 will be featuring a test range for players who are a bit hesitant with vehicles, to have a fly or drive around, before heading into a real battle and turning your whole squad into a kamikaze-package.
MyGaming recently got hands-on with Battlefield 4 at Gamescom 2013, and uncovered 5 Battlefield 4 features worth fighting for.
Battlefield 4 will release on 1 November 2013 for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, with next-gen console release dates to be announced at a later stage.