Bethesda Has “Concerns” About Battlecry, Evaluating Improvements to Make
F2P multiplayer title has some serious problems right now.
Remember Battlecry, the free to play multiplayer shooter from the newly formed Battlecry Studios that was backed by Bethesda Softworks? We haven’t heard much about the game, which was touted to feature 32 player battles and fast-paced third person gunfights, since new footage was showcased at E3 2015.
Now it seems that Bethesda is re-evaluating its objectives for the game. According to a statement given to the Progress Bar, a Bethesda representative said that, “We have concerns about the Battlecry game and whether it is meeting the objectives we have for it. We are evaluating what improvements the game needs to meet our quality standards.”
Even if Battlecry doesn’t work out, it seems the development team is plenty busy with “multiple projects”. Hopefully one of its games eventually pans out and releases worldwide. Until then, stay tuned for more information on the status of Battlecry in the coming months and let us hear what you think in the comments.