Analysis: Battlefield 4 shows how game industry is changing

10/21/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Stockholm-based Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment, an Electronic Arts studio, this month will release Battlefield 4, the latest in its franchise of first-person shooter video games, David Streitfeld writes. How the highly awaited title for consoles and PCs will fare in a market where more people are playing games on smartphones and other mobile devices is the question, he notes. "Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony are beyond the point of no return in this industry," Asymco stated in a recent report.

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