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Post by Dan @ 01:07pm 15/05/13 | 2 Comments
A new website has been launched to promote the Frosbite Engine, the DICE-developed games tech that publisher EA has leveraged as the backbone tech for much of their upcoming line-up.

It's not a terribly interesting portal, but one point of note was discovered by the ever-resourceful NeoGAF crowd (via Game Informer): confirmation of Frostbite Go to bring the tech to mobile platforms
One of our most exciting current projects is called Frostbite Go, a mobile division empowering EA game developers with Frostbite’s proven excellent workflows and features to bring true Frostbite experiences to all major mobile platforms.
Another reference gives specific mention to iOS, and Android.

The Frosbite lineage kicked off with Battlefield: Bad Company, evolved to 2.0 with Battlefield 3, and Battlefield 4 is expected to be the debut of the third iteration this holiday season, with Command & Conquer, Dragon Age III: Inquisition, and a new Mass Effect among EA's other upcoming titles to use the tech.

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Posted 09:34am 16/5/13
Not sure I would call BF:BC2 to BF3 an evolution when it lost a ton of destruction and didn't really seem to gain much to replace it.
Posted 09:48am 16/5/13
Evolution is not the same thing as progress or improvement :P
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