The Battlefield arrangement is now headed towards smartphones. The enormously well-known shooter franchise will make its introduction to smartphones and tablets in a new game that is set to deliver in 2022. The game will be created by Industrial Toys in association with long-lasting game developer DICE, which is owned by Electronic Arts.
Oskar Gabrielson, general manager at Dice, expressed that the impending mobile will be “planned explicitly for the mobile platform.” He added, “it’s being worked from the beginning by iToys to make Battlefield-on-the-go a reality and you can expect a completely fledged, skill-based insight.” Oskar likewise revealed that the game is entering a testing stage and guaranteed more insights concerning it later on.
This isn’t the first we find out about a Battlefield mobile game. In 2013, there were reports about a “top of the line and high performance” mobile title that ought to have been delivered simultaneously as Battlefield 4, yet it was dropped.
Fans of the establishment ought to likewise know that Dice is as of now working diligently on another Battlefield title (possibly “Battlefield 6”) for consoles and PCs that are set for release later this year. Different studios engaged with this venture include Criterion and Dice LA.
“We’re in daily playtesting mode right now: polishing, balancing, and making the best possible Battlefield game we can.” said Oskar Gabrielson, the general manager of DICE in a blog post. “I can tell you it is a bold step. It has everything we love about the game – and takes all of it to the next level. Epic scale. All-out military warfare. Crazy, unexpected moments. Game-changing destruction. Massive battles, packed with more players and mayhem than ever before.”
Shooters are probably the greatest hits on mobile game industry at this moment, and EA is likely hoping to profit by that ubiquity with the introduction of a mobile Battlefield title. Call of Duty: Mobile had a colossal launch week when it appeared in 2019; piling up more than 100 million downloads. Furthermore, PUBG Mobile, which was delivered in 2018, just outperformed one billion total downloads in March.