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Battlefield Bad Company 3 will not leave in 2018, according to new evidence

A few days ago we reported about a new video from youtube Channel AmightyDaq, known for having leaked Battlefield 1 with total precision, in which it predicted the return of the expected spin-off Battlefield Bad Company 3 for 2018. However, a new publication on its channel and certain inquiries from the Eurogamer portal have made a clean slate, and now that Bad Company 3 does enter DICE’s plans, but will not arrive next year.

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The new video indicates that the next game in the series will be focused on World War II and will be developed by DICE Sweden, expanding the Battlefield 1 proposal; It will have large maps and microtransactions of purely cosmetic character after the controversy that hit Star Wars Battlefront 2. Bad Company 3 would be part of a conglomerate of titles that go through DICE’s long-term plans, leaving the Los Angeles-based studio in the background for the development of this game.

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