Battlefield 4 might not be the last game in the franchise to launch on current-gen systems, according to DICE executive producer Patrick Bach.
"We want to support players that want to play Battlefield" Then make Bad Company 3!!!!
Honestly im sick of this modern warfare timeage. I want another good old WW2 or Vietnam shooter again.
The Vietnam add on for BC2 was brilliant.
2142! Full 2142 battlefield game. Maybe 2142 bad company game! Could you imagine it! Blowing up walls with laser rockets and shooting out the walls of titans to get away. I can see it now: BFBC2142.
@HaMM4R I'd rather see Battlefield go into World War 2 after DICE make Star Wars Battlefront
Yeh I must say the BC series performed the best on consoles I love both Bad company 1/2.
Battlefield WW2 would be amazing on next gen.
There's definitely going to be a lot of players keeping hold of their PS3's and 360's so maybe it would be worth doing Battlefield 5 on current-gen. Or Bad Company 3!
Bad Company 3 please, and make sure to bring back the heavy clunky feel to the weapons.
I don't want to see another one on current gen! I want Dice to concentrate only on Next gen. That would work for me.
Until you start developing your own games or publishing them no one really cares what works for you. DICE should do what they feel will make them the most money.
EA will release FIFA 14 on the PS2 for god sake. there will be BF versions for the 360 and PS3 for years to come!
1944 please. After BF4 I want NO MORE modern shooters for a few years. DICE can make the past (1944) ans the future ( Battlefront).
Why would they not develop another one. You have an install base of 70+ million (x2) vs an install base that technically is zero at this point, but for arguments sake we'll say is maybe 1 million by the end of the year. That's a lot of money to be throwing out even if the install base is 10 million by next year.
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