In a meeting reported between Call of Duty developers and select content creators and influencers, Battlefield The developers admitted that the free-to-play battle royale game was in bad shape, telling attendees they were “damn it” and that the current state of the popular online shooter was “worth it” shy”. The developers also mentioned their intention to fix things.
Today, CharlieIntel report in an online meeting organized by Activision between Call of Duty developers and content creators, the team behind Battlefield talk frankly and openly about many, many problems and problems that the shooter has faced since then new pacific themed map and season debut.
“We messed everything up. We broke it. We are not satisfied with it. There are no excuses,” reported what Infinity Ward studio head Pat Kelly, Activision director Josh Bridge and Eric Biesmann of Raven Software said on the call.
Kotaku contacted Activision about the meeting and what was said during the meeting, but received no comment from the publisher.
Bridge said the team was “not satisfied” about Current status of the gameadmits that developers have “learned the upper limits of their technology” as studios stand behind Battlefield continues to integrate elements from the franchise’s most recent entries, including Call of Duty Vanguard and Black Ops’ Cold Warinto battle royale.
Pat Kelly of Infinity Ward also said that Battlefield originally envisioned only as part of 2019 Modern War restart. But as the free battle royale exploded in popularity, that future was decided CoD titles will be merged and the game will continue to be updated and expanded. Kelly also said that the decision led to “significant development challenges” and ultimately led to the status quo Battlefield in.
“It’s not like Modern War Also, it doesn’t feel like Black Ops‘, Kelly admitted.
It is also reported that this bloated state makes it difficult to find and patch bugs and other bugs as the game has become a technical mess. Apparently, not being mentioned is another possible reason why the latest season of Battlefield was broken a lot: Raven Software’s QA team is out for a long time after being fired at the studio and lack of response from Activision management. They’re back now, but it looks like Activision is trying to thwart the QA team’s consolidation attempt.
CharlieIntel reports that the developers have promised to fix and improve Battlefield. The team also explained that developers will strive to communicate more effectively with players and be more transparent, and focus on “improving quality of life” rather than always adding new and bigger features. .
Today, Activision also confirmed that a Battlefield is in the process of development along with a new one Modern War The sequel is being developed by Infinity Ward. This after a Bloomberg report it’s a new one Battlefield slated for release in 2023. Next this Call of Duty The game will still release on PlayStation according to Microsoft, which recently confirmed that the franchise will remain cross-platform even after Xbox company’s $69 billion deal to buy Activision approved and finalized.
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