With Titanfall 2, Battlefield 1, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare all coming out, there was no doubt this fall was going to be crowded for FPS fans. But now we’re getting a better idea of just how crowded it will actually be.
During the 2016 Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Technology Conference (via DualShockers), EA CFO Blake Jorgensen spoke about the company’s two big fall games, Titanfall and Battlefield. Referencing that EA is “not uncomfortable” releasing near Call of Duty, he said they will “come from both sides in the quarter.” This makes it sound very much like the two EA titles will land on opposite sides of Infinite Warfare.
Estimations can get even more specific however, as Jorgensen also mentioned that Titanfall 2 and Battlefield 1 will release roughly three weeks apart. With Battlefield releasing October 21, and Call of Duty releasing November 4, this sees Titanfall 2 releasing around November 11.
From EA’s perspective, Battlefield and Titanfall are different enough to not cut into each other’s audiences.
Expect much more on all three titles at E3 later this month. How do you feel about the jam-packed fall? Which of the three titles are you leaning towards the most? Let us know in the comments.