EA finds the Call of Duty series leaving PlayStation exciting and thinks it will be a great opportunity for Battlefield.
Another point of view to the ongoing rumors about Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard plans came from EA, in fact, it would be more accurate to say that it is a confession. EA, Call of Duty series withdrawn from PlayStationHe sees this as an opportunity for Battlefield.
Day will dawn for Battlefield if Call of Duty pulls out of PlayStation
EA believes that the Call of Duty franchise’s departure from PlayStation consoles in the future will be a great opportunity for the Battlefield series. Many concerns are spoken by players and companies within the scope of these acquisition plans by Microsoft. Although both Sony and Microsoft officials have stated that Call of Duty will not leave PlayStation anytime soon, the concern among players is growing.
In fact, the Battlefield series is often seen as an alternative to Call of Duty. The Two Although both games are first-person shooters, there are serious differences between them. The Battlefield series constantly immerses players in large-scale battles. However, lately the Battlefield series has produced some content that has not been well received. While Battlefield 5 faced a lot of criticism for being based on World War II, Battlefield 2042 received a lot of backlash due to launch errors and glitches.
EA’s CEO, Andrew Wilson, acknowledged the recent erroneous entries regarding the Battlefield series and stated that the last two trials of the series were not good. However, according to Wilson, a great opportunity awaits for Battlefield. Speaking during the recent Goldman Sachs event, Wilson made it clear that the future of Call of Duty is a “major” opportunity at this time.
While Wilson is evaluating Call of duty’s withdrawal from PlayStation, as noted, it doesn’t seem plausible that this withdrawal will be any time soon. Because Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 will take their place on Sony consoles. It looks like it will take a few years for Call of Duty to leave PlayStation, which is a pretty good time for EA to lay a good foundation for Battlefield. It looks like there will be big changes for Battlefield in the future. It was announced that Marcus Lehto, one of the creators of Halo, will make a new Battlefield project for EA.
Battlefield 2042, now available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and PC