Video game publisher Electronic Arts seems determined to tease Battlefield 4 even more before actually offering official information on the new first-person shooter.Blake Jorgensen, the chief financial officer at the company, tells an audience at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference that he has already seen the game behind closed doors and he has been impressed him with its quality.
Polygon quotes him as stating, “I’ve seen the new Battlefield and it is stunning. It is just amazing what the imagination of the game developers are allowed to do with that much power.”
The CEO of GameStop has also recently had access to Battlefield 4.
The DICE-developed title is expected to use the Frostbite 2 engine and might be launched as soon as the fall of the current year, presumably on the PC, current and next-gen devices.