Battlefield 1 gave us new life into Electronic Arts’ long-running shooter, however don’t hope to get another installment sooner rather than later. The publisher has opted to give the establishment more opportunity to cook as it spotlights on another real shooter arrangement, Star Wars Battlefront.
At the Nasdaq 35th Investor Program yesterday, EA CFO Blake Jorgensen expressed that there is no Battlefield title for 2017, including that the organization “won’t have another Battlefield back for two or three years. One year from now we’ll have Battlefront, the Star Wars game.”
This strategy ought to give Battlefield and Battlefront Engineer Dice more opportunity to squash out bugs that have tormented some of its games post-discharge. The most scandalous instance of this was Battlefield 4. Hurried to store retires keeping in mind the end goal to dispatch close by the new PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, the diversion was unstable to the point that enduring a whole multiplayer match was a wonder for a while. The accompanying game, Battlefield: Hardline, was deferred by a while keeping in mind the end goal to abstain from rehashing these occasions.
As per Jorgensen, EA has accepted the criticism from Battlefront and is making suitable alterations to its spin-off. “It’s a wonderful game, individuals adored it,” he said. “I think if there was feedback they simply needed more. As we’re acknowledging that feedback as we construct the following diversion and attempting to address any of the issues that they had.”
Could this flag a solitary player crusade for Battlefront as Battlefield 1 appreciates? Perhaps. Jorgensen could likewise be motioning at more profound multiplayer modes with more critical decisions for players and a more prominent broadness of maps and modes upon discharge.
Battlefront 2 will make utilization of Episode 7’s course of events and areas, offering DICE the chance to investigate the contention between the First Order and Resistance. With Episode 8 of the Star Wars motion pictures possessing a comparative discharge date, EA will have more open door than any time in recent memory to embed crisp substance into its incomprehensible FPS.
In the meantime, a huge amount of DLC has been promised for Battlefield 1, which will, much like Battlefront, keep fans occupied throughout the year until the release of the next DICE shooter.