Last year, EA appointed Vince Zambella, formerly founder of Respawn and Infinity Ward, to head the DICE LA studio. Although the company has been around for a long time, in fact, without a little exaggeration, we can say that since human memory they have only and exclusively helped in various Battlefield games under the “big brother”, that is, DICE. However, Zambella seemed to herald a new era, and she confirmed it herself: She said she took it upon herself because she wanted to give the studio a new push, she wanted to dazzle the audience with products she hadn’t seen before and in a job interview that applicants would not be “helping Stockholmers, they would create.” New things”. Well the plan was fine, but now it looks pretty much – at least for now – stuck in a traffic jam. A leading design manager at DICE LA announced that the company is already working on another Battlefield game.
Justin Webby said on Twitter that he was “very excited about what he can work on now,” then quickly added, “It’s exciting to be working on a program you’ve loved for over twenty years. He added that BF 42 was a great experience at the time, and he hopes for it.” Get advice from the community on how to improve a new BF game. ” Wiebe indirectly announced in English that they were working on another Battlefield – so (for now) Zampella’s here, Zampella’s out there, and DICE LA will still be the company it was: the company that couldn’t get out of the game’s shadow. main company. It’s sad to think that a Los Angeles brigade that originally started operating as DreamWorks Interactive in 1995 and thanks to countless classic Medal of Honor episodes has done nothing but BF in recent decades. And it seems to stay that way.
The latest episode of the legendary shooting series, Battlefield, will be announced sometime in the spring.
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