iGR: "A while back, speculation began that Visceral Games may be developing a new installment in the Battlefield franchise. This hypothesis was heavily fortified by many pieces of evidence."
NO! Not from Visceral!! This is a complete waste of talent! Visceral should be allowed to make their own projects like that Jack the Ripper title!! THERE AREN'T ENOUGH EXCLAMATION MARKS ON THE NET (nor the sign in Scott Pilgrim) TO PROPERLY DISPLAY MY FRUSTRATION AT THIS!!!!
A Jack the Ripper game would be interesting
Somebody a while back posted a theory that it would be outsourced to another company or something like that, or maybe it was an actual article. Seems it was true though.
Battlefield Bad Company 3 please!
Agreed times a MILLION, With full on destructible environments
The game, yes please. From these developers no. They should focus on their own project, while BC3 should be made by the original BC team.
battlefield in space.... deadly idea.... i'll leave now...
EA: no way BF will become a yearly franchise... smh... i'd prefer a Dante Inferno 2, Dead Space Extraction 2 or even a true next gen Dead Space.
I'd much rather have a next gen Dead Space also.
How about one that is not action oriented and feels like playing its predecessor but better. If not they should just make a new ip instead of reusing the name on a game that is different
...You already knew the answer, so why ask? ;)
Where's Dante's Purgatory?
Probably their Star Wars game maybe to be revealed at E3.
I don't think they could make a game from scratch in a year? Cause they only acquired the Star Wars licence recently right? Or at least a good game in a year
They required the license recently yes, but EA have been known to make Star Wars games, so perhaps they managed to get Visceral to start a game a year or 2 before the licence was obtained.
Visceral is EA's Treyarch now, apparently. :o
Damn you valve for not jumping on the annual band wagon. where is my left 4 dead 3?
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