Battlefield 4 Poll Shows Little Interest In Single-Player Campaign
As if this comes as any gigantic surprise, right?
As is typically the case these days, the majority of consumers purchase a first-person shooter for the multiplayer component. And of course, the upcoming Battlefield 4 is a FPS.
If you check the official Battlefield Blog, you'll see an example of multiplayer's widespread popularity: According to their current poll, 82% of gamers are more interested in the multiplayer than the single-player aspect of DICE's new shooter. There have been around 40k votes tallied thus far. Only 18% of participants are saying they're more looking forward to the campaign, which probably won't be a problem for EA, because they've already said the campaign will actually boast online aspects. There will also be no co-op choice for the campaign, which we'll miss because it was a nice option in Battlefield 3.
Well, so long as the multiplayer is good, the game will sell. This has been the case for most big shooters over the past few years.
Related Game(s): Battlefield 4
4/8/2013 1:27:48 PM Ben Dutka