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Monday, 03 February 2014 09:28

Visceral working on police themed title

Written by David Stellmack

Codename Havana to use Frostbite engine

Visceral Games is apparently working on what has been described as a “police themed Battlefield” title under the codename Havana. This work is in in addition to what they have been working on for DICE. Havana will be powered by the latest Frostbite engine, obviously.

Things became a little clearer after news hit EA Gothenburg Studio last week when EA let contractors go and told full-time staff that they had the choice of taking a compensation package and leaving or they could continue to support work on Havana in conjunction with Visceral Games.

Havana is said to be on track for release later this year with an announcement expected at E3 or perhaps sooner. With this move, it is now expected that EA will annualize the Battlefield franchise, with a release coming every year in an effort to mimic the Activision model with Call of Duty.

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