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The next Battlefield?

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There is a report of the next chapter of the Battlefield series that is based on WW2 according to a reports citing inside sources.

A new Battlefield game is coming later this year for PCs and consoles, according to VentureBeat, which cites anonymous insider sources. The new EA game will reportedly focus on World War II, following the success of Battlefield 1, which lets players battle it out across Europe during World War I. VentureBeat also shared a leaked screenshot showing the name of the new game, Battlefield V. 

This news comes at odds with rumors from December that said the next Battlefield game would be the third installment from a separate EA franchise, Battlefield: Bad Company.

Rumors aside, it's already been expected Battlefield would continue to explore historical wars, as it's widely known in the gaming world players started to get bored of the glut of modern combat games of a few years ago. Activision's Call of Duty franchise already backed off modern warfare games with last November's release of CoD: WWII, so it makes sense other top-tier developers would follow this trend.

 

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What I think would be a great idea, would be for EA/DICE to focus on community run servers. I'm not sure what they got from server sales in BF1, but can only imagine that it wasn't anything like what they got in BF3/BF4 even when they were only taking a portion of the monthly cost. 

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