Battlefield's Future - Potential Hints Maybe A BF2143 ??
So "Back to Karkand" was just recently released and has garnered wide spread praise by the games population, so what's next for BF3 ? I have read from the developers that Battlefield 3 is set to have 3 times the DLC as Bad Company 2 did, BFBC2 had 7 so that would make 21 DLC's!!!
In a press conference not long ago, EA's Frank D. Gibeau stated that "the next 6 months is to have a very robust set of expansion packs."
Reading the forums players have been spotting potential hints (easter eggs) towards possible DLC.
Default shipping labels with a shipping address of NYC have been spotted by player Potterike, New York is rumored to be a set of future Battlefield 3 content, another gamer, didiMau has found the numbers "2143" printed on a crate on Wake Island.
One can only wonder what that might mean, but DICE has placed similar things such as in the Battlefield 2: Armored Fury booster pack, there was a car with a license plate reading “2142″. At the time that number might not have been significant, it ended up being a hint at a future reveal: Battlefield 2142
BF2143 has been a topic by gamers on various forums but once Battlefield 3 came out the discussion died down until the picture above was spotted, so is DICE hinting at something for BF3. Maybe a possible return of BF 2142 via DLC using the Frostbite 2 game engine aka 2143 ?
One can also wonder, since BF 1943 for PC was cancelled and only released on PS3 and X-Box 360, might that also be another DLC pack for PC ?
Things look to be quite interesting and intriguing to say the least, I for one can't wait !
I hope that they don't do 2143 as an expansion pack. A follow up to 2142 should be a full game. It wouldn't really do such a great game any justice imo.
I would like to see "Special Forces" zip lines and grappling hooks...
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