Battlefield 4 Kinect Settings Show A Bunch Of Options And Voice Commands

Battlefield 4 is just a few days away to be launched. Since Battlefield 4 is coming to Xbox platforms, Kinect has been integrated with Battlefield 4. Kinect can be used to play Battlefield 4 in conjunction with the controller. Kinect is a motion sensing input device by Microsoft which competes with PlayStation Move and Nintendo’s Wii Remote. It is a webcam styled device and set the record for the “fastest selling consumer electronics device” after selling 8 million units in its first 60 days.

NeoGAF user, DeltaJay, found an image showing settings for Kinect to be used with Battlefield 4. Below you can see the settings along with a few commands that can be recognized by the Kinect. There’s also an option to select your preferred accent to say commands in.


Battlefield 4 will be releasing on October 29 for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. A next-generation version will be released on launch for PlayStation 4 on November 15 and for Xbox One on November 22.


  • john

    Actually sounds really cool, wondered how it would be integrated, if at all.

  • Edonus

    OMG is the head tracking and lean on the 360 too? That will be hela cool.

    This is what has me sold on Battle field 4… real innovation. I am sure you will get a gang of kinect haters talking about how they couldnt use it or it didnt work but they key is that it is optional.
    And for those that take the time to master the system it add an advantage. thats how its should be.

    • Bill E Weaver

      Sony fan boy hating in 3.2.1.