- Oct 25, 2017
No WW2 please. We need a BF2142 sequel.
I guess its a personal preference but i found a lack of unlockables in the vein of battlefield 3 and 4 a real turnoff in Battlefield 1.Hopefully its Battlefield 1944. No crazy gadgets, very little or no attachments, a focus on semi-auto rifles, awesome vehicles, iconic locations. Maybe cut out progression all together and give everyone everything from the start like the best Frostbite Battlefield game, Battlefield 1943.
Yeah i think Battlefield 1 was just the end of the line of multiplayer shooters for me. Since that release i haven't played one at all and i was a rabid consumer of all of them beforehand.
DICE has more automatic weapons in a world war 1 game then should be allowed. No way if they go to WW2 they will focus on semi auto rifles, the fan base doesn’t want that.Hopefully its Battlefield 1944. No crazy gadgets, very little or no attachments, a focus on semi-auto rifles, awesome vehicles, iconic locations. Maybe cut out progression all together and give everyone everything from the start like the best Frostbite Battlefield game, Battlefield 1943.
It should be forced on them then. There is no direct competitor to Battlefield.
The timing of the DLC expansions has been a huge problem for me. I loved BF1 at launch and was playing it pretty consistently up to the first expansion but fell off pretty quickly after that and still haven't gotten back to it since the Russia expansion released.
They won't do 2143 so long as they have Battlefront.
Can't say I disagree with you SG. I love nothing more than the m1 Garand. I also love choppers too and I feel that BF1 is severely lacking with vehicle play. I feel with choppers and jets back it would add that extra dynamic I feel has been missing. Would love to see a return to Desert Storm era. I need me my m16 + attachments and black hawks.
On the one hand, I don’t like knowing that a carrot is being dangled on a stick in front of me.
Well they've been a part of such a successful franchise that if they aren't happy anymore, individual employees could use that money they earned, that clout they garnered or that skill set they developed, to pursue something they are happy about with relative ease.
DICE is a massive studio. 600+I'm worried DICE is spread too thin. They have to help tons of teams make games on Frostbite while developing a brand new Battlefield...must be crazy demanding. The upside is that all of these teams are constantly iterating on the engine and finding new tricks that can power new, fresh games.