Battlefield not having the best time after the chaotic launch of Battlefield 2042. Fortunately, that does not mean that Electronic Arts wants to forget about the series; in fact, he is preparing her for the future and wants to build a universe of Battlefield with more games and experiences for players.
In a talk with GameSpot, Vince Zampella, new manager of the franchise Battlefield, explained that EA, DICE, Ripple Effect and a new study are working on creating a “connected universe of Battlefield”. The above does not mean that Battlefield 2042 will be thrown in the trash, but will seek to complement it with other products and experiences.
“We will continue to evolve and grow Battlefield 2042We will explore new types of experiences and business models along the way that we can add to that foundation to deliver an astonishing variety of experiences for our players. In this universe, the world is interconnected with shared characters and narrative. This universe is also built with our community as we harness the power of Portal and user-generated content that puts creativity in the hands of our players, ”he explained.
Of course, it is important to note that the universe Battlefield It doesn’t just mean more games. What happens is that EA plans to launch multiple “projects” which can include series, movies and more. We’ll see what the future holds for Battlefield.
“We seek to build a universe Battlefield, one with multiple projects that are interconnected with the player at the center. We plan to grow Battlefield and find the players where they play through different experiences and business models ”, explained Zampella.
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It seems that Battlefield saw what your competition is doing
That Battlefield is pointing to a shared universe is no surprise. Call of Duty, Activision’s franchise and its main rival, is already doing it and with great success. This by offering an annual delivery of Call of Duty; have a free-to-play offer on Call of Duty: Warzone and have a free-to-play mobile game.
There is no guarantee that Electronic Arts will trace the strategy of Call of Duty. However, the company is already working on bringing Battlefield to mobiles and is open to a free-to-play proposal. We’ll see what else they are planning.
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Battlefield 2042 arrived on November 19 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC. You can learn more about this FPS saga by clicking here.