Electronic Arts chief operating officer Peter Moore has announced that the upcoming shooter Battlefield V will be playable on both last-gen and current-gen consoles, including the PS4 and Xbox One. In addition, there will be several differences between the original and this version of the game. For example, several features such as physics and artificial intelligence will be updated to match next-generation consoles’ capabilities and develop a more immersive gaming experience. These new features will surely be one that all the gamers will enjoy and will surely leave them in excitement. The game will feature updated graphics as well as a user experience that takes advantage of the next generation of consoles.
It’s been a big week for PlayStation news! One of Sony Interactive Entertainment’s top executives has announced that PS5 production could be delayed by several years due to microchip shortages. Sony’s next-gen PlayStation might be delayed by up to four years thanks to a shortage of microchips.EA has recently announced that it will be releasing two new installments of Battlefield in the next year but putting the Need for Speed franchise on hiatus, according to a statement released by Electronic Arts. Following a delay in the next Need for Speed game, EA has announced that it will be skipping E3 next year.
Developer Motiga has announced that it will be adding a new expansion update in June. The company also launched a new mobile game based on the same franchise earlier in April of this year. As the release date inches closer, Square Enix has released a new trailer all about the world of Ivalice and hinted at some new features fans can expect to see in the upcoming title during an interview at E3 2020. In addition to a teaser website, the company dropped a short video that shows explosions, weapons, and other intense military-like action ahead of the June reveal.
It’s not exactly surprising, though, that the PlayStation 5 and next-gen Xbox aren’t taking over the market right away. The PS4 Pro and Xbox One X are quite new, for one thing, and when it comes to the PS5 in particular, long-standing shortages mean there haven’t been enough consoles to go around for a while now. The news comes as a bit of a surprise—Sony’s PS5 and Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox have both been available only for a year or two, but backward compatibility was always a selling point of the previous systems.
The Battlefield franchise is one of the most popular and well-respected first-person shooter (FPS) brands. However, it’s a safe bet that many gamers have stopped playing, waiting for the next-generation console systems to arrive. There’s a lot of pent-up excitement and gamers are potentially missing out on several new years of game releases – and millions in sales.
The PS5 is having a hard time keeping up with the PS4. While both consoles are owned by Sony, there were 7.8 million PS5s bought as of the end of March, compared to 115.2 million PS4s in 2019 alone. Now let’s see how the future holds out for the new games and new updates that are going to come.