Battlefield love is in the air
Considering the success the first Bad Company had, the release of a sequel seemed almost certain. But what should we except from Marlow and his mates this time around? Well, the B company will have to fight their way through snowy mountaintops, dense jungles and dusty villages. Dozens of guns and vehicles will be made available, as the crew set off on their mission (which still remains unknown).
One thing is for sure though. Haggard will once again blow anything that stands in his way. Bad Company 2 will be once again using the Frostbite engine, so you’d better get ready for tons of explosions and debris. Since multiplayer features were the ones that put the first title in the map, DICE was obliged to also include them in the sequel. Besides, what’s a Battlefield game without online?
Before jumping to Battlefield 1943, let’s see what Executive Producer Battlefield Franchise, Karl Magnus Troedsson had to say about Bad Company 2.
“Bad Company 2 takes everything that players liked in the original and ups the ante â€“ more vehicles, more destruction and more team play.”
As you may have understood from its name, BF 1943 takes place back in the World War II. What you didn’t know is that it’s going to be made available this Summer via the PlayStation Network. The title will focus solely on the multiplayer aspect, featuring three locations (Wake Island, Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima) for players to choose from. 1943 will also be using the Frostbite engine, so we should be expecting great visuals and fully destructible environments.
Here’s what Karl Magnus Troedsson said about Battlefield 1943.
“Battlefield 1943 is a new take on a blast from the past classic coming to life with brand new technology that weâ€™re eager to get into players hands.”
We have also included the first ever screenshots of the new BF games; one from Bad Company 2 and two from 1943. Enjoy!