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Battlefield: Bad Company 3 could be coming in 2018

Electronic Arts and DICE could be planning to release Battlefield: Bad Company 3 in 2018, according to a recent leak.

Information emerged in a YouTube video from TheAlmightyDaq, the same individual who predicted the reveal of Battlefield 1 back in 2016, so this could be legitimate.

According to the video, all of the information comes from an inside source at DICE where Bad Company 3 is currently in development. 

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The leak goes into surprising detail regarding the content and premise of Bad Company 3, which will apparently take place in the Vietnam/Cold War era with a fully-fledged solo campaign.

Multiplayer maps are also said to be more tightly designed alongside the return of multiple classes and Rush, one of Battlefield’s most popular modes. Team Deathmatch and Conquest are also coming back.

Daq highlights that microtransactions aren’t being considered in a major way beyond the usual Battlepacks, which should put fans at ease following the Star Wars Battlefront 2 controversy.

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