We know an all-new entry in the Battlefield series is coming in 2018, but, so far, EA is keeping details about the game tightly under wraps.
Above: A leaked logo for Battlefield V. Last year's Call of Duty revisited World War II. According to GamesBeat's sources within EA, the publisher decided a few years back that it wanted to move away from futuristic campaigns.
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Word is, EA and DICE made a decision to return to historical settings several years ago, but decided not to fire their big WWII bullet right away. But GamesBeat backs up what TheAlmightyDaq revealed a year ago by also reporting that DICE is holding onto a potential Bad Company sequel in case they need to make another strategic shift in the future, just as they did with Battlefield 1 and are doing with Battlefield V. He'd obviously gotten the go-ahead from the higher-ups at both DICE and EA. All reports indicate that Battlefield 1 was a tremendous success. EA already confirmed this to investors stating that instead of Anthem a new Battlefield game will be released, albeit not stating if it would be Battlefield V or Battlefield: Bad Company 3. Perhaps it won't be Battlefield 2 so as to not clash with the 2005 game of the same name. That rumor isn't accurate. If EA is considering a Bad Company sequel, it won't happen anytime soon, the site says.
However, their sources say Battlefield 2 will be out this calendar year, which nearly definitely means late October or November. That was the working title until EA and DICE changed it recently.