D.I.C.E. may be starting to show some serious console bias in their recent priorities. The developer has announced the cancellation of several projects in favor of the upcoming Battlefield 3. On the game’s official blog, D.I.C.E.’s General Manager announced the cancelation of the PC versions of Battlefield 1943 and Onslaught, the latest expansion for Bad Company 2. The company previously stated that Onslaught’s delay was due to the difficulties in the PC version’s dedicated server structure.
“While we’ll continue supporting Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and previous games, it’s time to look ahead to the next giant leap for DICE – the release of Battlefield 3, powered by the mighty Frostbite 2 engine. Our goal is crystal clear: we’re going to build the best Battlefield game ever, and we’ll do whatever it takes to make this the biggest launch in DICE’s history.” read the blog post.
3 thoughts on “DICE Cancels PC Titles for Battlefield 3”
I still play battlefield 1942 and battlefield 2 after so many years.. I guess battlefield 3 will be the best release this year in my book! At least one of the few I’m looking forward to. I don’t care if they cancel any other games or expansions, as long as they can release one good game with few bugs and superior stability! I’m hoping for a facemelting experience:)
Oh, yes Mats if you see this, I AM in fact hanging out on Eldergeek because it’s one of the only gamesites not banned during workhours ^^
Hooray for not being banned! Although I know for a fact we’re banned on some government computer systems.
Gotta love net nannies.
So stoked for this game, I’m already having an itchy trigger finger.
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