"Battlefield 4" has been a game that many assumed would be coming, but the question that people kept asking was when the game would be announced, and now it looks like people know the answer to that question.
According to a report from VG24/7 on Saturday, a new invitation has been spotted from EA that teases "Battlefield 4" being revealed at the Game Developers Conference, which takes place in San Francisco at the end of the month.
The event will be held on March 26th, and the invitation is said to resemble a lot of characteristics that go along with "Battlefield" themes.
The previous "Battlefield" title was revealed at this conference, so it isn't impossible to think the next installment will make its debut there.
Previously, "Battlefield" executive producer Patrick Bach talked about some of the risks involved with creating a new Intellectual Property (IP).
"'Battlefield 3' could have been released almost as a new game because there are so many differences [between it and its predecessors].
"But the problem then is that players seem to want sequels, they like the next iteration of the game they love, and even if people say they want new IPs, when new IPs arrive no one cares, they don't buy them, so I still don't understand why people see it as a problem when they're part of, they're creating the problem.
"I would love for people to buy new IPs and prove with their wallet what they mean, instead of blaming someone else. There's a big chunk of money you invest in games so you want at least your money back," Bach said.
"Battlefield 4" is said to be coming to next-generation consoles as well.