Motive Studio to Work on Battlefield as Iron Man Game Hits ‘Major Internal Milestone’


    Motive Studios, the EA team behind last year’s Dead Space remake and its in-development Iron Man game, has revealed that it is forming a new in-house team to support the Battlefield franchise. Motive will help develop future Battlefield experiences as it continues to work with Marvel on its Iron Man game, which it says has passed “significant internal milestones.”

    This news comes from a new one. Blog post via Motive’s general manager, Patrick Kloss, where he also reveals the directors behind the studio’s Dead Space remake – executive producer Philippe Ducharme and creative director Roman Campos-Uriola – to work with EA’s Battlefield studio. Will form a new team.

    “His proven expertise in storytelling, immersive combat, and development on the Frostbite engine makes him uniquely positioned to help advance the vision of Battlefield, led by Vince Zampella (EVP, Group General Manager for Respawn and Battlefield) and Byron Bede (SVP, General Manager for Battlefield).

    “In parallel, development continues on our Iron Man project led by Olivier Proulx (Executive Producer) and Ian Frazier (Creative Director). The journey forward is a key priority for the Iron Man motif, and I am very proud of this work. That’s what we’ve done so far.”

    Motive will work with other EA studios such as Criterion, DICE, and Ripple Effect to further expand the company’s Battlefield franchise, which released its last entry, Battlefield 2042, in 2021. In 2022, we learn that the next Battlefield game has entered pre-production. with plans to take the “valuable lessons” learned from Battlefield 2042 into the game’s development.

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