MP1st - Battlefield 3 Lead Designer Gustav Halling clarifies some exciting new details regarding the upcoming, vehicle-based expansion pack, Armored kill.
A pilotable AC-130 would work on PC with 64 players and maps that are actually huge like in older BF games.
Your comment makes no sense in light of the size of this map - it's already been revealed to be the largest map in the history of the series. Either a "pilotable" AC-130 would work or it wouldn't, size of the map being irrelevant.
DICE has lied through their teeth about so much in regards to BF3, whether or not the maps are truly the largest we've seen remains to be seen
Wake Island on 1943 was fun as hell. In BF3 its kinda boring to me on consoles. You run into bigger battles at times, but you can get by with just capturing flags and hardly running into anyone.....its not anywhere near as hectic as it is in 1943, and I played both on consoles. I laughed at the AC 130 remark, sucks to be one of the PC complainers. (yes I know PC is different and probably better, but I don't care so don't go off talking about how amazing your PC is)
Er, the 1943 maps were shrunk. They weren't the original size they were in 1942.
Which was okay with me. With so few people on consoles, the "full" map is too big at times.....
It better not be conquest assault maps for console.
Either way I love BF3!
I like the 5 flag wake island more it worked better but honestly Kharg island, caspian border and operation firestorm are quite dry on consoles a lot of people are in vehicles since we have such a low player count. And glad to see you can't drive the ac-130 a good squad would destroy everything and couple of noobs would waste the thing.
I want http://my.jetscreenshot.com... for console rather than http://my.jetscreenshot.com... because it allows for more movement through out the map and there is no reason to cap a flag next to an enemy base. Theyll just recap it within seconds.
I am glad to see no urban maps due to the tons of campers found in windows in maps like Seine Crossing. But to tell you the truth, most of the camping problems in the game would have been solved if everything was fully destructible....
I agree with BF4 or Bad company 3 they need to have the ability to be able to level any and every building on the map....its so annoying to have camper squads on top of inaccessible buildings and on cranes constantly throughout Conquest matches.
Everything should be destructively, But I also wish every building was enter able instead of filling the map with useless buildings, I'd much rather have to look for an enemy sniper than to know instantly where he is due to a ridiculously low amount of vantage points. Also while we're on this point the glare on scopes is F***ing ridiculous, scope shine brighter than torches at range now! Also the mortar is now useless. You can't have half as much fun in this game as you could in BC2.....
Im a massive massive fan of Battlefield.. but, I can never justify the price of Battlefield Premium.. BUT Im buying this Day 1. and Perhaps the DLC after this. Close Quaters is not for me.. Im oldschool BattleField
The price for bf3 premium £35 include all 5 dlc packs. If you don't buy close quarters and already have Back to Karkand, but get the other 3 you will spend what £12 each? That comes to £36. I honestly don't see what everyone's issue is with premium, sure it's not nice to part with all the money at once but you save so much as opposed to buying them all separately. And that's ignoring all the little perks you get with premium.
Thats a nice explanation, EXCEPT in my currency its R500. and thats about £45 for premium.
With an indian VPN its £17 :D
i could care less how big the map is as long as its fun.
too bad the AC-130 is not player controled :( i woulda been pro flying that or if you want to have fun crash it into something :P
BF3 has sworn to win the hearts of COD fans.
up the player count for consoles. Period
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