IT Home News on December 3, according to a GameSpot article published on Thursday, EA is making major changes to the management of the “Battlefield” franchise.Let Vince Zampella, CEO of Rebirth Entertainment, the developer of “Titanfall” and “Apex Heroes”, be in charge of the series。
Besides,EA also plans to build an interconnected World of Battlefield. To support this, EA is forming a new Seattle team focused on “injecting more storylines into the battlefield world,” led by “Halo” veteran Marcus Lehto.
IT Home has learned that after the release of “Battlefield 2042” there were some major errors, the game experience was too poor, and it received widespread negative reviews from players. EA has released three major updates in an attempt to clean up these issues. But since the release,The number of Steam players in Battlefield 2042 has dropped by 70%。
The addition of Zampella may indicate that EA hopes to inject the factors that make “Apex Heroes” such a success into the “Battlefield” series. Although Zampella did not confirm to GameSpot that “Battlefield” will be free to play, he said that EA is “exploring every possibility.”