Normally, when a game is in beta, players can be allowed to play it so long as they agree to…
Normally, when a game is in beta, players can be allowed to play it so long as they agree to a non-disclosure agreement. In short, beta players cannot reveal their experiences with the beta in any form. While some will not adhere to the NDA, it’s still nice to know that some developers have no NDA for its games that are in playable beta form, and DICE is one of them.
According to a tweet from Battlefield community manager Ian Tornay, those who participate in the upcoming beta for Battlefield 4 will not be under NDA. As such, they can share as much of the beta as they want, with no apparent restrictions as to what players can show.
The Battlefield 4 beta will be available for Premium users, as well as those who pre-ordered Battlefield 4 Digital Deluxe Edition, as well as a registered owner of Medal of Honor: Warfighter Limited Edition or Digital Deluxe Edition on October 1. The beta will open up to everyone else on October 4.
The P.E. Perspective: This will surely make video producers happy, and it certainly makes us at Pixel Enemy happy. As such, expect to see Battlefield 4 footage on our Pixel Enemy YouTube page very soon.