Name of Obligation Director Seems to Throw Shade at Battlefield 2042
Name of Obligation director David Vonderhaar has seemingly thrown shade on the new Battlefield 2042 trailer over on Twitter. This morning, EA and DICE lastly pulled again the curtain on this yr’s new Battlefield sport by not simply dropping the reveal trailer, however revealing a launch date and a slab of data on the PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Sequence X/S sport. And even though the trailer is just a few hours previous, it is already the second most-liked Battlefield trailer of all time. There are gamers bummed concerning the lack of a marketing campaign and a battle royale mode, however by and enormous, the response to all the things above has been met with pleasure and hype.
Vonderhaar is not the largest fan of the trailer although, or not less than he appears to have one difficulty with it. Over on Twitter, Vonderhaar — Treyarch’s Sport Design Director and Unofficial Group Supervisor — identified a scene from the Battlefield 2042 trailer and its similarities to a scene from a Name of Obligation trailer, accompanied by a pondering emoji.
Beneath, you possibly can try the tweet for your self, which for the time being of publishing stays up, regardless of a little bit of backlash:
— Vahn (@DavidVonderhaar) June 9, 2021
Now, it is value noting it isn’t 100% apparent what Vonderhaar is implying right here. He seems to be implying Battlefield 2042 lifted the scene in query, however this hasn’t been confirmed.
Regardless of the case, the tweet has each Battlefield and Name of Obligation followers speaking, and for the time being it seems like Name of Obligation 2021 and Battlefield 2042 are going to reignite the COD vs. Battlefield rivalry, which disappeared after the lackluster Battlefield V.
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