TVGB: "Next to showing off and releasing Battlefield 3's Close Quarters DLC next week, EA's announced that it'll also be giving the first look at the next multiplayer content, Armored Kill."
"It’ll feature some of the largest maps in franchise history as well." hell yeah!
sounds good, but how well is it going to work out for us ps3 and xbox users. 12 vs 12 on some of the big maps we have already on bf3 feel like a ghost town sometimes.
yeah I know this problem and because of it I stopped playing the console version of the game. battlefield 3 on pc is such a different experience and I can recommend it to anybody. Even if I have some performance problems on my pc it's still worth it.
Fantastic, can't wait. But I'm just curious as to why they couldn't mix Huge maps with close Quarters maps in one DLC
Then they couldn't call it Close Quarters :) Srsly though, it's probably easier to develop while mainly focusing on one type of play. Just guesswork on my part though. Maybe easier to market?
Yeah, I'm pretty sure that's the case. I'm buying both either way though.
Can't wait to spam my Sniping Shotgun.
^_^ yeah I'm buying them, just wonder if they'll ever announce the Dino DLC
Cant wait for monday to come.First its E3 with EA having the dice team come up on stage and showing us armoured kill then theres the patch,then the bf3 premium pack comes out and to top it off close quarters releases.What a great day for BF fans.
they can't fix the bugs, so they release DLC's... nice future for gamers /s
They have a massive patch hitting Monday actually. All platforms. Enjoy that.
like the last one? oh what a joy... new bugs incoming...
Perhaps it's just me, or the fact that I'm playing on pc, but this is the least buggy multiplayer game I've experienced in recent years. I really don't see why people are complaining soooo much. Play it or don't. I'm in for sure.
They'd be releasing DLC either way.
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