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Battlefield 1943 on Consoles First

DICE announces the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Battlefield 1943 will be released in June, while the Windows edition of the World War II multiplayer shooter will follow in September. They also announce a $15.00 price point for the game, which will be digitally distributed on all three platforms:

Stockholm, Sweden – April 23, 2009 – DICE, an Electronic Arts Inc. studio (NASDAQ: ERTS), today announced that Battlefield 1943™ will be available in June for $15 USD in the Xbox LIVE™ Marketplace (1200 MS Points) or the PlayStation®Store. The action-packed arcade title will also be available for PC in September. Battlefield 1943 is an all-new multiplayer game that offers endless hours of 24-player action in popular maps inspired by Battlefield 1942™, now updated with the Frostbite™ engine. The total destructibility afforded by the Frostbite engine ups the ante and leaves players with nowhere to hide.

In Battlefield 1943, intense battles ensue over three classic and tropic locations; Wake Island, Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima. Gamers play as the US Marines or the Imperial Japanese Navy, competing by land, air and sea. Players have the freedom to pick their path in battle - be it as a rifleman crawling through the trenches, a steel fisted tank commander, or a dog fighting pilot that protects the skies.

“Using the same Frostbite engine that we developed for Battlefield: Bad Company, we are able to take players back to WWII and return to the roots of the Battlefield franchise, but with a new twist – destruction,” said Gordon Van Dyke, Producer on Battlefield 1943. “We want to offer gamers the most accessible online shooter experience and the best value found in any premium download title with Battlefield 1943.”

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20. Re: Battlefield 1943 on Consoles First Apr 23, 2009, 15:56 Jackplug
 
Im on the close beta and Heroes it is without a doubt the biggest bag of shit ive ever seen, anyone who is dying to get on this will be within seconds of playin be so disappointed. The only people who will be loving it will be the little kiddies, who will be thinking and acting out they are 1337..

However, 1943 will be just for kiddies, so they can make out they are playing a proper Battlefield war game, where you will have unlimited ammo and regen health. Oh Dice this sounds so cool a game...NOT!!!
 
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