NowGamer: Gearbox has confirmed that it's working on a new Brothers In Arms title; trademark filings suggest it could be a modern reboot...
Wouldn't be surprised First Battlefield did then COD now MOH what's left?
It's not a remake or that much of a makeover. It is Brothers in Arms Battle of the Bulge and they have adjusted the title but the setting remains. They have been working on the Battle of the Bulge for almost 2 years, but were slowed due to other projects.
We have too man "Modern Warfare" clones already.
Which is why Crysis 2 and Resistance 3 and Killzone 3 will Pwn the FPS Genre SCI FI > Realism
DNF > all
No more 'modern warfares' please !!!
As long as they keep the core squad based gameplay intact I don't mind. BIA have never been Modern Warfare type games, they are tactical almost puzzle like games. If they are just moving BIA into the modern age setting that's fine with me.
Agreed, would have more in common with Flashpoint, maybe even Rainbow Six if they went elite special forces...
Drop the BIA name, make a modern tacticle squad based shooter with proper fire sectors, cover fire, bounding manoeuvres etc, and call it The Unit. Go for Blain. Actually I always liked BIA, even more than CoD and MoH. Its the closest thing to an actual Full Spectrum Warrior Shooter, which by the way someone should remake as well.
It will be based on a 'Modern variation of Warfare' I'm guessing :P
No modern warfare yet please. After they are finished with the 101st Airborne Saga they seem to be doing (which has the Battle of the Bulge, and the Push into Germany left, two more games then I hope), they really should do something about Vietnam. Like the Tet offensive.
sweet new BIA game in bound its obviously not going into modern times yet since it left off with Leggett asking Baker if he could handle the cold Bastogne here we come
Please just continue with Aliens, sirs.
no surprise, they already made a trilogy, makes sense if they start a new trilogy instead of rehashing the old one.
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