DICE doesn't have the resources for Mirror's Edge or other third-party projects right now

DICE doesn't have the resources for Mirror's Edge or other third-party projects right now

After heavy development of Battlefield 2042, DICE is undergoing changes.
Among them is the company's new general manager, Rebecka Coutaz.
She was interviewed by GamesIndustry.biz and told what DICE is focused on now.When the GI.biz author spoke with Coutaz, he paid attention to the images from Mirror's Edge, hanging in the office.
DICE is primarily known for Battlefield, but has sometimes been distracted by more unusual projects - those two parts of Mirror's Edge.
The question arises: will the studio be willing to step away from their core franchise again, or will Battlefield still be the company's only major project? Our only focus is on Battlefield 2042.
There's no time for anything else, that's what we want to do.
Our goal is to become the most powerful first-person shooter developer that DICE deserves to be in three years.
That's what we're striving for, what we're passionate about.
We really, really want to make DICE proud.
We want DICE to become the leader in first-person shooters in Europe and one of the best companies in the world.Rebecca Coutas Although DICE has created online games, until recently the studio was guided by the classic principle: do a project, support it for a while after release, and then switch to the next.
Now DICE is reconstructing its development in the style of service games, when the support lasts much longer and is more active.Kutas says that it took about two months to analyze the errors in the production of Battlefield 2042.
At the moment, the processes and tools inside DICE are trying to give more flexibility, for example, to quickly understand when the game iteration was unsuccessful and we should try something else.Over the past few months after the release, the flavor around Battlefield 2042 is not that much healthier: insiders claim that the game support trying to shut down quickly, but Electronic Arts denies it.
And according to our contributor Alexei Likhachev, the first season inspires a tiny bit of hope for a brighter future for Battlefield 2042.
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