Thinking of going to E3 this year?
A new Battlefield was confirmed for October 2018 release as part of EA's last financial report.
With the event coming pre-E3, it'll be interesting to see how much of a splash EA chooses to make at the show proper with Battlefield 2018. The three-day event will include hundreds of game stations with demos and some pretty unique experiences for those who attend. There's also some fun in store for those who can not attend the event, as the "world's biggest names in social media" including influencers from Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter will be streaming and vlogging the event for viewers to see. We'll also have a rich online content program via EA.com with breaking news, stories, live content and more to take you deep inside your favorite games.Читайте также: Drake May Jump From Jordan Brand to Adidas, Report Says
There has also been the usual speculation about the game's setting, which multiplayer modes will be included, and what sort of maps fans can expect.
The last few Battlefield games have all taken place in modern times, but considering the success of Battlefield 1 that time period and constant power games between the United States, Russia, and China have likely gotten stale, we'll probably be getting something other than that, as well. From June 9-11, fans excited about the upcoming long-form shooter, now delayed to 2019, will be the first to get their hands on the project that EA and Bioware have a lot riding on. EA plans to reveal more information about the EA Play schedule too so watch this space. You'll have to head on over to Hollywood before E3 for a shot at that, and much more, during EA Play 2018.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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