The lights are on
Last week during its 2013 earnings call, EA indicated that all of its next generation console and PC titles would be running on either Frostbite 3 or a new sports engine. With the recent launch of its Frostbite website, another piece of the puzzle has emerged.
EA will be bringing a version of its next generation engine to mobile platforms. The website details the project.
One of our most exciting current projects is called Frostbite Go, a mobile division empowering EA game developers with Frostbite’s proven excellent workflows and features to bring true Frostbite experiences to all major mobile platforms.
The website also confirms that Battlefield 4 will be the first Frostbite 3 title at retail.
[Source: EA via NeoGAF]
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ugh. bleh. Is it just me, or does the Frostbite engine seem worse with each iteration?
I used to be so excited about it, back when the showed off Bad Company. now it just, ugh, yeah, not a good idea IMO.
because i really need more people running into me on the sidewalk because they cant stop playing games on their phones, thank you ea rot in hell
Odd that they would do this after saying that wiiU is not powerful enough. Maybe just not enough for the full frostbite 3 engine.
I gotta say, "Black Ops: Declassified" only had 6 maps all with a single central building. If they'd taken the time to bring "Rust" from "MW2" back, they could have pulled in a lot of nostalgia gamers. Hopefully, they'll be taking another shot at a hit FPS for PSVita again that offers real ad-hoc and infrastructure based Multi-player other than "Unit 13"s mission only style....
gotta love that battlefield
Cause WiiU Cant handle the grapics Cause WiiU grabage