Respawn co-founder Vince Zampella new head of ‘Battlefield’ franchise

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‘Battlefield’, Forever

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in a report of gamespotEA has announced major development restructuring to expand Battlefield With Vince Zampella of the franchise, Respawn at the helm.

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Zampella will play an important role, as he is now fully responsible Battlefield Voting. DICE GM Oscar Gabrielson has also been announced to leave the company to pursue new ventures outside EA. aura Co-Producer Marcus Lehto Is Launching a New Team in Seattle Responsible for Comprehensive Storytelling Battlefield Universe. EA has announced that they are looking to build a “connected” Battlefield universe,” which includes the developer of the Ripple Effect, Battlefield 2042’s Portal Mode, working on a new Battlefield experience in 2042’s Universe.

EA informed gamespot that DICE, Ripple Effect, and Lehto’s new studio will collaborate to expand and improve 2042. anything outside it will be an extension of it Battlefield Universe. EA hasn’t provided any details about what these new experiences might be or if they’re just going to be video games.


Zampella will continue his managerial responsibilities at Respawn, including overseeing Apex Legends and other unannounced projects. EA’s Chief Operating Officer Laura Milley said Zampella is the right person to take over Battlefield “His ability to lead the studio and bring developers together so they can create world-class experiences,” the franchise said.

Battlefield 2042. Credits: EA

Lehto’s Seattle-based studio will oversee storytelling, storytelling and character development opportunities Battlefield series, and that it will do so over “a variety of experiences.” This quote comes from Byron Beede for a long time Duty The veteran was hired by EA earlier this year, who also said these will lay the foundation for “storytelling opportunities now and well into the future.”

Ripple Effect will continue to support Portal while it works on a “new experience,” but studio owner Christian Grass told Polygon gamespot That he is not able to comment on what they are working on.

Gabrielson also spoke of his departure, saying, “It’s hard to put into words our studio, our teams and our passion. Battlefield The franchise… Dice has some of the best talent in the industry and the team is in great hands.” He will leave the company at the end of the year. Rebecca Coutaz, former studio director of Ubisoft Annecy, will take over.


In other news, a trailer for gave Chapter 3 has been spotted early on Tiktok.

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