To buy or not to buy?
Creative director dishes the dirt on the next Battlefield.
“We only get one chance to do this right and we got something that is on the doorstep of being great.”
This is exciting news for Battlefield vets, no?
Objective: Get to the marked cars and drive fast.
That’s why they decided to delay Dragon Age: Inquisition and Battlefield: Hardline.
Visceral wants to give players the tools it needs in how it wants to tackle campaign objectives.
Details on the first expansion is expected in January 2015, too.
“It’s an idea that allows people to create fantasy fulfilment in a space where I don’t think people are actually trying to do that,” claims Steve Papoutsis.
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VIP needs to be rescued in this one.
Inspired by crime dramas.
Shadow Realms will most likely be revaled.
“Breaking Bad meth country”
Hardline pushed back into 2015. Yay or nay?
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Cops and robbers, look out!
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