One of the new additions to Battlefield 4's multiplayer is of course the new weapon customization. Unlike in Battlefield 3, players will be able to add customizations straight onto existing weapons instead of having to unlock each variation of the weapon separately.

When compared to Battlefield 3's weapon customization, the new customization in BF4 shown in this video is much better by a long shot.

The video goes onto showing the easy ways to quickly customize weapons, and the large variety of different stocks, grips and other weapon accessories that can make a big impact on a player's play style.

The video also shows dozens of different unlockable camos that can be applied to primary and secondary weapons as well as any drivable vehicle in the game.

The video then ends with a developer showing the new tiered loading mechanic - a feature that should have been in first person shooters a long time ago.

The mechanic allows you to unload a clip, switch to a primary weapon, and then switch back and continue loading from where you left off.

In every other shooter, if you switch weapons, you will have to start the reloading animation again, even if you unload a clip beforehand.

Battlefield 4 will be out on October 29 for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, and will release on the launch date for both Xbox One and PS4 - which is November 12 and November 29 for the PS4, and November 19 and November 22 for the Xbox One.