Electronic Arts and Digital Illusions announced today that Battlefield: Modern Combat will feature a single-player mode, also slipping in the news that the game is getting pushed back to fall 2005. The decision to add single-player mode was made in response to user feedback.
"Adding more time to the development cycle of the game will result in a more expansive feature set and a more compelling product," said Greg Richardson, General Manager, EA Partners. "We are confident that this decision will result in a stronger title and continue the advancement of the Battlefield brand." Taking place in the present day, the latest Battlefield installment has more than 30 vehicles and 70 weapons, as well as three military powers: the U.S., China, and a new (and hypothetical) Middle East Coalition. Battlefield: Modern Combat will ship in fall 2005 and is still unrated by the ESRB.
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News source: GamePro