We've already got Titanfall planned to shake up the first person shooter scene for this year, but it's not going to stop both EA and Activision from putting their developers to the test on yet another round of Battlefield and Call of Duty games. However, it's quite clear that the development teams behind both FPS titles are starting to realize...
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