Battlefield Devs Slam Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Trailer for Its “Precious 2010 Graphics”
It’s a big day for Call of Duty, what with the Infinite Warfare trailer having dropped and details about developer Infinity Ward’s latest effort finally being revealed, but it seems not everyone was impressed with the latest Call of Duty’s trailer. More specifically, the people from DICE, the makers of the Battlefield franchise have gone on Twitter to react to the Infinite Warfare trailer, and it’s not your usual empty tweets of platitudes.
DICE Video & Media Editor Roland Smedberg reacted to the Infinite Warfare trailer on Twitter, calling it “quaint.”
Amidst his brutal emoji use, Smedberg went on to criticize the use of depth of field and poor lighting:
Finally, when prompted for comment on Friday’s Battlefield reveal, he tweeted confidently:
Randy Evans, the man behind the upcoming Battlefield reveal trailer, also slammed the game:
DICE Engineer Julian Manolov jumped on the banterwagon, with a comment of his own:
In case you didn’t know, this week has started with a bang which many first-person shooter fans are excited about. It’s also set to end with fireworks, with the new Battlefield game announcement stream. At the end of the week we should know exactly how each game compares in setting and style of gameplay.
It seems the competition between Call of Duty and Battlefield remains as fierce as ever. What do you make of these comments? What did you think of the Infinite Warfare trailer?