Jumping into PvP Multiplayer

A guide for anyone that wants to jump into PvP multiplayer, even experienced veterans might learn a thing or two.

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Are Smaller Releases the Way Forward for Triple-A Publishers?

COG writes: Due to the high expectations on the shoulders of mammoth publishers, should they shift their efforts to smaller experiences?

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P_Bomb17h ago

Waiting 5+ years for a sequel or whatever? Yeah, I’m over it.

isarai10h ago

There's no reason they can't release smaller projects in between large releases. They're just obsessed with only AAA blockbusters. They forgot that's how a lot the modern giant ips today got started.


Should EA Follow Call of Duty's Developer Cycle for Battlefield and Release Spinoff Franchises?

EA following the Activision route of releasing a Call of Duty title every year for the Battlefield franchise could be a good thing for fans.

-Foxtrot14h ago

They can't even get their main games right

Nitrowolf214h ago(Edited 14h ago)

I know, which might do the franchise wonder if another dev made their own take on it, or made a better game.

Outside of COD releasing every year, they have three studios working on the franchise, with three different games. At least when one is really bad you have another studio to look forward to

But knowing EA, they'd prob find a way to screw it up. At least there's Respawn head now leading one

just_looken11h ago

They as in dice if ea tossed the ip to another dev it would be interesting to see what we get.

isarai10h ago

They need to follow everything they were doing before 2012

OtterX5h ago

Like mentioned in this article, why have we not had a Bad Company 3? BC2 had such personality and the destruction in mp was quite amazing for its time. Heck, remake BC2. Probably my most played military shooter of all time.

Husker42c29m ago

Or remake Battlefield 2. That's my favorite in the series.

anast1h ago

They should turn it into a mobile pay to win game.


Last Train Home Review - National Epic | GosuNoob

Last Train Home is a wonderful, highly original game, created by the people fascinated by the epic struggle of their grandfathers. The emotions and passion intertwined with the code are inescapably evident, and that’s a literal storm of fresh air compared to the flat, big-budget games designed by the committee.

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