EA aims to unify Battlefield franchise games.

In anticipation of Battlefield 1‘s release date this fall, video game publisher Electronic Arts has announced that it plans on creating a unified user interface for all the franchise’s games on current generation consoles.

In anticipation of Battlefield 1‘s release date this fall, video game publisher Electronic Arts has announced that it plans on creating a unified user interface for all the franchise’s games on current generation consoles. The impetus behind the decision is to make it easier for fans of the titles to create parties of friends and move in between Battlefield 1, Battlefield 4, and Battlefield Hardline.

What this basically means is that players will be able generate squads from the UI before joining a match, which will then allow one to choose any Battlefield game that all of the players in the party own to jump into and swap between. Furthermore, Electronic Arts also says that the UI will offer up suggestions for maps and modes by way of a “recommendation engine” that might be of interest to fans of Battlefield 4, Hardline, or the upcoming shooter set during World War I.

Battlefield 1,EA Sports

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