Electronic Arts are strongly focused on their upcoming shooter, Battlefield 6. Battlefield 6 was promised to be the most exciting upcoming title in the franchise and EA seems to have really thrown themselves onto it. This involves a sacrificial delay of another video game title, Need For Speed. Battlefield 6 is deemed to greatness, as Criterion Games gives full support to EA DICE.
Laura Miele, EA’s Chief Studios officer, had an interview with Polygon. She discovered that the Codemasters acquisition has proven worthy, and a new racing game is already on the schedule for later this year. This has naturally caused Criterion to reassign on another title, Battlefield 6, and help EA Dice achieve the golden status.
Furthermore, Laura Miele has stated that “[Battlefield] is shaping up great, the team has been working incredibly hard, they pushed hard last year, and yes, we have been working from home. And it’s hard; it’s hard to make games from home, and the [EA DICE] team is fatigued a bit.” – Miele added to Polygon. “We have a great game and some incredible potential with this game. We’re playing to win; we’re playing to put a great Battlefield game out in the market.”
We now know what EA plans with Battlefield 6, which is a rather astounding title than just another underperforming series. Now that BioWare has also stopped Anthem’s development, I guess EA may resonate with its priorities a lot better.
Everyone is excited about the potential Battlefield 6 outcome. With tons of features being already discovered ahead of release, and now with Criterion Games’ full backup and working power, Battlefield 6 might be shaping into a revolutionary game of this caliber.