So a new battlefield game is being made and usually I would be happy to see the finished product but I'm not feeling overwhelming joy here rather a sense of overwhelming dread knowing that electronic arts has been known to kill off memorable franchises.
- Cough* West Wood Studios's generals 2 *Cough*
And being such a huge fan of real time strategy I would play countless hours of skirmish day in and day out hell I had my moments when my tanks would punch through a mech column or mass groups of soldiers dying by the hundreds to secure a spot on the map.
Aside from me talking about RTS games, I wanna know from you if battlefield 5 is going to be either Dice's saving grace or its executioner once it hits the shelves because last time I checked how a battlefield game plays out it uses all matter of vehicular warfare with a mix of human players sprinting head first for the objective as they commence their usual game of attrition.
Honestly in my own opinion I do not see the Dice team adding much innovation to there current formula so if I were you I would set my expectations low until we get some gameplay footage on YouTube.