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Looks like VideoGamer has given us some inside info on BF1943, and I sure hope it is good stuff :).
The point here is that, while 1943 is clearly not as hardcore, or as big-budget as you'd expect the sequel to 1942 to be, it does promise to be a hell of a lot of fun. Take the Air Raid feature, for example. When you climb into a bunker, you're granted the time, and invincibility, to call in a squadron of bombers. Your perspective is then hurtled thousands of feet into the sky, to a point just behind the flying deathbringers. You now have limited control over their movement, and can use a zoom function to time the release of the payload, hopefully so that it lands smack bang on top of a building full of enemy players. Once done, you shift back into the head of your soldier, allowing you to exit the bunker and survey your handiwork in all its destructive glory.
And Liu had an exciting message for Battlefield fans: "I feel a little sad sometimes when people say they're lazy or they're not listening to the fans. Yes of course we keep track of what the forums are saying. I can't say anything really, but we have plans. Definitely big plans. The fans don't need to worry."
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