VideoGamer.com has some quotes from an interview they will publish today with Patrick Liu of DICE where he rejects the idea that they are becoming a casual developer, saying: "I would say that we will continue to do what we are best at. We are not going casual, just because that is the trend. We're not good at that. It's not our core focus for the studio." He affirms their PC loyalty, saying the PC release of Mirror's Edge is evidence of this, and says the announcement of both Battlefield 1943 and Bad Company 2 for Windows is proof they have their Frostbite engine working on the PC. He even hints at unannounced plans: "Yes of course we keep track of what the forums are saying. I can't say anything really, but we have plans. Definitely big plans. The fans don't need to worry."
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