Apparently things are looking pretty bad for Battlefield 5 right now.
Battlefield 5Pre-release buzz does not seem to be that warm. The expectation is that the game is apparently underperforming analysts, and reports claim that pre-orders simply do not meet EA's own estimates (which coincidentally coincides with EA CDO Patrick Soderlund & # 39; s abrupt departure from EA) weeks ago).
Now we have an idea of just how much worse the pre-orders of the game can be compared with his rival with a long time Duty. Cowen, the same people who for the first time predicted that the pre-orders of the game fall short, have revealed (through CNBC) that pre-orders for Battlefield 5 are lagging behind pre-orders for Duty: Black Ops 4 with 85%. Only for context, Battlefield 3 and 4 Stayed behind Modern Warfare 3 and Spirits by 20-40 percent, while Battlefield 1 follow the further from Infinite Warfare. This is therefore unusually bad for the series.
EA has started to increase marketing for the game, so hopefully things will catch up. It looks good, and it's great to see that a multiplayer shooter embraces diversity, so that's the reason I hope it goes well. Battlefield 5 will be launched on October 11 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.