It was "embarrassing" that Battlefield 1 did not include exit women
DICE sings the mea culpa around the previous installment of the war saga.
Women play an important role in Battlefield V, and that has earned them a lot of criticism from Electronic arts already HE SAYS. Now the Swedish study has wanted to reaffirm its decision by speaking precisely that it is a turnaround that it should have already made in the past.
"If all this was because we wanted to get on the wagon of feminism ... I was involved in the creation of Battlefield 1, and we could have jumped on the wagon then," said Aleksander Grondal, executive producer of HE SAYS.
"In fact, I think it's a shame that we didn't add women back then because, like that, maybe it would have been better for us (they came later, with a DLC). I don't think it's a question of following trends," the executive commented in a encounter with GamesRadar +. "I think players want to express themselves in different ways. If you take a look at the Battlefield saga on a historical level it has always revolved around expressing yourself through gameplay, solving problems in the way you want, and I think all those characters they fit perfectly with that way of thinking. "
The new installment of the war shooter series of Electronic arts It launches on October 19, 2018 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and recently some analysts have bet on Battlefield V as a possible failure for this year.