Saturday, February 24, 2018

Battlefield 2018 Trailer Coming Soon

Rumors were flying around about Electronic Arts and EA Dice working on the next Battlefield title for some time and then it was revealed that at EA Play 2018, the revelation of the next Battlefield experience is about to happen. In 2017, Dice had their hands full with the release of Star Wars Battlefront II and looks like they have focused all of their attention towards the acclaimed first-person shooter series that already got a soft reboot with WWI-themed Battlefield 1.

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Battlefield 2018 Trailer Coming Soon

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Last year, Electronic Arts made the announcement of bringing the next Battlefield title at the end quarter of 2018 in collaboration with EA Dice. Although no official details were spilled out yet, the game is supposed to be set during WWII era according to various rumors. If that is the case, then the series will return to its roots just like publisher company Activision did with their latest release Call of Duty: WWII. Or it can also be the long anticipated Battlefield: Bad Company 3.

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While all the speculation was hyping up about the next Battlefield game, Randy Evans of EA Dice’s senior video & media director have taken Twitter to announce that the untitled Battlefield 2018 trailer is on the way.



Now we know for sure that we indeed are getting a peak at Battlefield sequel very soon and that could probably be within a few weeks. As EA did it in the past, a better look at the game may be unveiled at the 2018 Game Developers Conference following the Battlefield 2018 reveal trailer. By the time they make the full gameplay reveal of the game, we might need to wait until E3 2018.

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Battlefield 1 Was WWI-Themed

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Battlefield series started its journey back in 2002 with Battlefield 1942, when the game was released for Mac and PC. Having a great history of the series, whatever EA and Dice are planning to bring us to the table, we are hoping the game will do a great fan-service. Because after the nightmarish experience with Star Wars Battlefront II loot box controversy and being replaced by Disney to make Star Wars games, Electronic Arts and EA Dice are badly in need for a point to move on.