US/UKJune 25, 2016
Battlefield: Independent is an upcoming entry into the Battlefield Series, it in an alternate timeline from the Main Series with Australia becoming independent from the Commonwealth, and reforming themselves as the Republic of Australia.
The game's heads-up display is much the same, composed of two compact rectangles. The lower left-hand corner features a mini-map for navigation; the lower right includes a compact ammo counter and health metre. The mini-map, as well as the main game screen, shows symbols marking three kinds of entities: yellow for allies, blue for squadmates, white for civilians, and orange for enemies.
Players that can now use dual-scoped weapons, including weapons with different firing modes (e.g. single-shot, triple-shot, automatic fire), will return. Players that can also "spot" targets—marking them on the map—for teammates to either suppress or eliminate, has also been confirmed to return as well. Also the player can now dual wield pistols, and some shotguns.
Destruction abilities Edit
During Campaign, and Multiplayer, the player can now create more destruction, but causing caves to cave-in, destroying ceilings, floors, rocks, firearms, bridges, and even cause buildings to collapse. Players can now also cause rumble to pile up on the streets or in buildings by destroying certain objects.
Characters and setting Edit
Battlefield: Independent's single-player campaign takes place in the year 2016, and with Australia becoming a Republic, and reform the Australian Defence Force into the Republic Australian Armed Force. The player controls Lance Corporal Jack Lloyd, a member of a company in the Republic Australian Regiment known as Talion Company.
After Portuguese President Casco took officer, he ordered his Armed Force to occupy the Pacific, and the areas surrounding the Pacific Ocean in order to establish an Empire; declaring Pacific War II. The war begins with the Portuguese backed by the Brazilians, being engaged by Australians backed by Indonesia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and Russia.