Infinity Wards Creative Strategist Robert Bowling has already said he’s going to buy the rival Battlefield 3 when it’s released later this year. He even went as far as to say he “loved” the new game after a hands-on at Gamescom.
“GamesCom completed,” he Tweeted. “Spent an hour playing @Battlefield 3 multiplayer with friends from DICE, I loved it!”
It’s nice to see this kind of mutual respect between warring developers, especially considering the mud-slinging going on between the two giants Activision and EA.
Just the other day EA were commenting on how long they thought Call of Duty would last in the games industry.