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Creative Assembly's Total War: Warhammer has basically been receiving nothing but praise, especially when it comes to the graphics and immersive feeling of being on the battlefield. That's exemplified multi-fold with the new 360 degree trailer.
Back in college, I used to play Call Of Duty and Battlefield Bad Company 2 on my Xbox 360. At the time, I didn’t see a difference in the two. But today, the two franchises couldn’t be further from each other. And Battlefield’s most recent reveal has me hooked so badly, I can’t stop rewatching the reveal trailer.
Despite having fanboys on either side of the titanic properties, Call of Duty and Battlefield, the developers of both franchises managed to put their rivalries aside to give praise to the latest games that have been unveiled. In this case, the Call of Duty developers gave a fedora tip to DICE's Battlefield 1 reveal.
You can basically chalk up your entire weekend to being little more than a collage of Battlefield 1 news, because DICE and EA are making darn sure that everyone knows about their World War I first-person shooter. With that said, they recently unveiled the Collector's and Deluxe Editions of the game.
Electronic Arts and DICE haven't wasted any time at all in promoting the pre-order bonuses for the upcoming October release of Battlefield 1. The digital pre-order bonuses are limited to early access, themes and a content pack for both the Xbox One and PS4.
Seeing as how the recently revealed Battlefield 1 will boast an online competitive mode, it should surprise no one that the game will have a beta period leading up to the final Oct. 21 release. But thanks to a press release from EA, we now know one way folks can get in on that beta testing nice and early.
Well it seems we’ve gotten a little more information on the newest installment of the Battlefield series. Microsoft leaked some art for the new game, indicating a title of “Battlefield 1” and showing off a very detailed image with many clues as to what we can expect from the new game.
The Battlefield squad is gearing up to drop a bunch of details concerning their next game but, before that can happen, they decided to get in one final teaser to whet FPS fans’ appetites. Don’t blink or you’ll miss it.
There has been a slew of possible leaks and rumors squeezing their way out to the public over the last few months, including a possible release date and details on the official name of the new installment. But now EA and DICE are ready to set the record straight. Battlefield 5 will be officially revealed on Friday, May 6.
Some new info has leaked that indicates that the next Battlefield game could be set during World War I. The info points to a multiplayer shooter where gamers will likely have to deal with the horrors of trench warfare... or at least, that's what we can presume based on the info available.
My friend was an avid Battlefield player, pouring hundreds of dollars into that game, along with his many other games on his EA Origin account. But his Origin account was hacked, and the worst of it all was the hacker installed the app authenticator on his account so there is absolutely no way he can get back into it—and getting EA’s help was a nightmare at first.
DICE has started work on the next Battlefield game, according to development director Dan Vanderlind.
One of the former writers and designers on renown games like Battlefield 4 and the highly respected shooter Payday 2, has talked about why he left the AAA gig behind to pursue the mid-budget tier in game design.
Electronic Arts opened up their chest and revealed that under the black, oily machine that pumps multinational currency through their veins, there is a heart... a heart that cares.
Well, Electronic Arts and their ball-and-chained studios aren't just limiting Battlefield's Frostbite-tuned engine to modern military warfare... they're branching out in ways many of us feel is long overdue.