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They're aiming for 60 FPS with current-gen hardware. There's really nothing "next gen" about the engine they're using. And it's nothing more than an updated version of the previous engine. Frostbite 3, which is being used in Battlefield 4, looks much better because it doesn't need to run at 60 FPS with current-gen hardware.
It is an bit of an improvement graphics wise but certainly not the jump I'd expect for a next gen game. Water still looks pretty bad and at the 0:27 mark you have the sun above the guys head and yet sun shafts in the left of the frame going from left to right somehow....shouldn't they be coming towards the screen? Maybe things will improve more as we start to shift away from X360/PS3 and they start focusing more on X1 and PS4 as the install base for those grows more.