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Battlefield 3 (commonly abbreviated to BF3) is a video game by the Swedish developer Digital Illusions aka DICE. Battlefield 3 is published by Electronic Arts and is the fourth full game in the Battlefield series. Players fight in a modern battlefield, using modern weapon systems. Battlefield 3 is a first-person shooter with some strategy and RPG elements. The multiplayer aspect of the game allows players to organize into squads that come under the leadership of a single commander to promote teamwork.
Breaking: Battlefield 3 Leaked Info
Posted October 25th, 2009
Details; basic features of BF3 are as listed:
Powered by Frostbite DX
Set in year modern day (just like BF2)
Will ship with 8 maps, each supporting up to 40-players per team
Two playable factions, NATO and MEC (Middle Eastern Coalition)
Same ticket-based game play style as before
Maps are mostly urban, based in Middle East
Squads and Commanders are present, introduced are Battalions which consist of three to four squads.
Five playable classes; Sniper, Assault, Engineer, Medic and Support
Will feature 48 different vehicles (24 for each faction)
Will feature 34 different weapons (17 for each faction) and another 22 unlocks (for both factions), in total 56 different weapons.
Other unlocks include different types of ammunition, body armor, helmets, camouflage and accessories.
Online stats tracking, awards and real world ranks
Soldier feature, looks like MMO-styled characters and avatars
Ranked servers will be available for resellers weeks before the game ships (for testing, apparently, ed.)
In-game replay and recording feature
VoIP, friends list, in-game IM-client and extensive clan support
Built-in auto software updater (no more patches!, ed.)
Widows Vista and OS X
- PC exclusive
- Frostbite 2 game engine running DX11
- DICE is the producer
- EA is the publisher
- Will feature some sort of destructible environment or the ability to destroy objects (canisters, windows, etc.)
- Won’t be as system resource heavy as previous Battlefield’s (by ratio)
- First Person Shooter
- Released no later than March 2011
A map is mentioned by name, called Baghdad Burning, and appears to be a massive urban map, similar to BF2 very popular Strike at Karkand. The game is powered by Frostbite DX, currently the Frostbite engine is used in Battlefiled: Bad Company on PS3 and Xbox 360. The DX could refer to DirectX (10?), a PC version of the Frostbite engine.
[Update 1] A few wanted to know if the document mentions in-game advertising, it does not, but it wouldn’t be surprising, considering BF2142 had in-game advertising.
[Update 2] EA responded to the rumor with a “no comment” statement.
[Update 3] For clarification, the document doesn’t say that XP is not supported, it only lists Vista and OS X.
[Update 4] Further investigation reveals that EA DICE owns the domain battlefield3.com(not so important, since it was registered in 2004, so was battlefield4.com etc.). Still no reply from DICE. Stay tuned for further updates.
Please note that none of this is confirmed.
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