I dont expect nothing in BF engine or anything from DICE or EA....
but if FH devs move to another friendly engine, like HL2 or something like that, I can expect a new world made by lobo, rad, taranov, montoya... :D
I'll bite on 64-bit support/DX10 gaming. Eye candy would be a poppin'! Even if a 155mm arty shell doesn't knock down a wall (which would be kool) it ought to at least kill you. I hate the way arty is in FH - fixed arty, fixed flags, fixed spawn points - ugh!! I believe this will be fixed in FH2 and I am so glad! Beautiful lush foliage is the kind of eye candy I'm talking about.
64 bit cpus first of all would increase perforamnce greately, together with multi core models they can do amazing stuff, sadly it's a bit distant future still as most of gamers won't be able to convert so quickly.
Day an Night cycle.
Llama riding, FTW!11
i expect the same as always. half assed mod that they sell for $50 followed by a bunch of $30 expansions that add 2 new vehicles and a map.
ive given up on the BF series. i didnt buy 2142 and i wont buy the next what ever it is.
'[5thLupin;3451927']One minor change and a $60 price tag.
haha, Genious :lol:
But on topic i'd like much larger maps and 256 player support with much longer view distances.
I would like something more convincing and well thought out like Operation Flashpoint ... ah, that will be Armed Assault then :lol:
ArmA is definitely a game that would provide a marvellous host for a WW2 mod.
Seriously though, BF bashing aside, I would like to see some more realism and detail go into the game play, weapons and vehicles.
Further use of physics properties and destructible objects would also be welcome.
An increase to the maximum player limit is probably a must as well.
EA would do well if they tracked down all the devs from FH2, paid em a handsome fee, pay a retainer fee to em, & then slapped a few million FH2 Cd's in a cheap box & shipped em out around the world. Then pay someone/s to build the "NEXT" BF engine to the FH devs specifications as best they can allowing for the tech innovations coming up, again, as best they can. However, I think they will remain with the 'instant gratification' crowd & continue to shovel decent games out the door rather than invest in something truly ground shaking but time consuming. Guess its just the nature of the beast but one of these days SOME company will clean their clocks by making the investment in time, money, & research to create such a game.