Randy Evans, a senior video & media director/editor at DICE, chose to get us very excited last weekend when he said that the reveal trailer for this year's Battlefield game is underway.
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A source further revealed that the party knows Nawaz won't be able to make a return after all this. Sharif criticized his disqualification by terming it a conspiracy against him.
Word is, EA and DICE made a decision to return to historical settings several years ago, but decided not to fire their big WWII bullet right away.
At this point, it seems like the next Battlefield being set during World War II is all but a lock, so are you excited to see the series once again tackle the Big One? "They knew they wanted to get away from the modern and near-future settings for a while", Jeff Grubb reports, "but it also didn't want to burn the WWII setting right away".
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Battlefield 1 was a big success for EA, though it's about time for the next game in the series to take the mantle. A port for Nintendo's Switch is also being developed by a company familiar with CoD games, Sellars added. Recent rumors seemed to indicate that the developer was potentially looking to finally make Battlefield: Bad Company 3 but that doesn't seem to be the case. Perhaps it won't be Battlefield 2 so as to not clash with the 2005 game of the same name.
GamesBeat reports that DICE's next Battlefield game is titled Battlefield V and will be set in WWII. However, DICE is still interested in making the sequel, so fingers crossed something comes into fruition in the near future.
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Mr Yun noted that North Korea had "stopped nuclear and missile tests", CBS said. And made no reference to his own invitation from North Korea for a summit.