Battlefield 3 users across all platforms will be able to enjoy Double XP this weekend in celebration of the launch of Battlefield 3: Close Quarters which just went live for Xbox 360 and PC Premium members, a week earlier for PS3 Premium members. This event, however, will include both Premium and non-Premium members.
DICE senior gameplay designer Alan Kertz is at it again, suggesting tweaks and balance changes that may make it into Battlefield 3 in the near future.
Publishing his suggestions on Reddit, Kertz is looking to tweak a number of weapons, including their recoil, range and reload times. He also mentioned a fix for the recently discovered AUG M320 smoke glitch that was introduced in the latest patch as well as a few vehicle changes.
You can check out his comments and a list of tweaks below. Let us know what you think in the comments!
Battlefield 3 Lead Designer Gustav Halling clarifies some exciting new details regarding the upcoming, vehicle-based expansion pack, Armored kill.
Great news for console players! “All AK maps have 5 flags on consoles,” according to Halling’s Twitter account. Playing 5-Flag Wake Island in the Back to Karkand expansion pack will probably give you a good idea as to the type of gameplay you can expect in Armored Kill.
Creative Director on Medal of Honor: Warfighter Kristoffer Bergqvist breaks down what we can expect from Warfighter’s multiplayer this October 23rd as Danger Close shows off some gameplay on floor of this year’s E3.
Shown off on the E3 floor this year was Warfighter’s Sector Control multiplayer game mode on the map Somalia, explains Bergqvist in a recent E3 2012 interview. ”Most of our modes support 10v10 (20-man rounds). Other game modes are a little bit more competitive and they were scaled back to 6v6, so even less than that, to make each role more pivotal.” It looks like players can expect a much more tactical and less frantic multiplayer in Warfighter where emphasis is placed on your role and how you handle that role as a team member.
Niklas Fegraeus, Game Designer at DICE, answers questions about the highly anticipated upcoming Battlefield 3 DLC, Armored Kill. For those who don’t know, Armored Kill will have players battling it out over land and air in epic, vehicle-based combat on some of the largest maps Battlefield has ever seen.
We caught our first glimpse of Armored Kill footage in the recent Battlefield 3 Premium trailer as well as in these jaw-dropping screens of the map Bandar Desert.
Below, we’ve rounded up some of the most important information about the Battlefield 3: Armored Kill DLC from a recent EA Origin live chat with Niklas Fegraeus
This week EA / DICE Launched Battlefield Premium which gives you a bunch of features one of them being access to an exclusive once a month video. Looks like someone went robin hood and posted it on youtube. Here it is and it gives a nice run down on Close Quarters and the new game modes.
Today DICE / EA held a Origin Live chat + gameplay demonstration of BF3’s next expansion, Armored Kill. THe demo took place on Bandar Desert. During the live stream they also talked more about the C-130. Basically when you capture a certain control point, the C-130 will spawn in the air on a set path and serves as a gun platform. With 2 weapon positions and a spawn point to paradrop off of. Both sides can use the C-130 based on who ever controls that point. Anyway here is the 20 minutes of gameplay