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Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling has stated that he will be buying Battlefield 3 once it releases.

He has today told Eurogamer that there is no reason why any shooter fan wouldn’t want to own both titles and I personally agree.

EA has been digging at both Activision and Infinity Ward for months now however Bowling said that it”doesn’t really get to us”.

“I’m very aware that we have two very different audiences and we’re
delivering two very good and very different experiences, so I think the
baiting is built up more of these two really passionate communities
and they should be really passionate about their individual games
getting at each other, and that’s been happening forever,”

When asked if he would be buying Battlefield 3 he replied “I am”;

“I think that would be a misconception, I think
there is definitely room. If you are a shooter fan, you should be
getting both, because they’re both going to be excellent experiences.”

Source: Eurogamer

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Robert Bowling Will Buy Battlefield 3

By EGM Staff | 07/19/2011 04:41 AM PT

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Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling has stated that he will be buying Battlefield 3 once it releases.

He has today told Eurogamer that there is no reason why any shooter fan wouldn’t want to own both titles and I personally agree.

EA has been digging at both Activision and Infinity Ward for months now however Bowling said that it”doesn’t really get to us”.

“I’m very aware that we have two very different audiences and we’re
delivering two very good and very different experiences, so I think the
baiting is built up more of these two really passionate communities
and they should be really passionate about their individual games
getting at each other, and that’s been happening forever,”

When asked if he would be buying Battlefield 3 he replied “I am”;

“I think that would be a misconception, I think
there is definitely room. If you are a shooter fan, you should be
getting both, because they’re both going to be excellent experiences.”

Source: Eurogamer

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