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Battlefield 3 With PlayStation Move and 3D Support?

Videogameszone had the chance to talk to Patrick Bach, DICE's Executive Producer. One of the question was: Will Battlefield 3 support PlayStation Move and 3D?

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kataloni102548d ago

nooooooo not motion plzzzzz

DEATHSTROKE-cro-2548d ago

???

it's always better to have 2 options than 1.

you can still play with joystick

blusoops2548d ago

If u don't like motion controls, u have the OPTION to not use them. For people like me who happen to enjoy them, I'd have the OPTION to use them.

See? Options are good. Everyone wins, and the developer gets more buyers.

Pixelated_Army2547d ago (Edited 2547d ago )

All the feedback from KZ3 Move support have been extremely positive so what's the problem? Or maybe it could be that you're afraid of getting owned by a Move player. :P

Pixelated_Army2547d ago

Here's the thread over at EA BF3 forums, show your support!

http://forum.ea.com/eaforum...

evrfighter2547d ago (Edited 2547d ago )

you do have more than two options actually. You can use the controller, keyboard and mouse, and a joystick.

why would DICE develop more on a platform that's not even the lead platform. They could be doing more useful with their time like developing more on the pc :)

vsr2547d ago (Edited 2547d ago )

Good option to pull the casuals. Hardcore is joystick or PS gun

gypsygib2547d ago

@ vsr

Move is actually more hardcore, it has a much higher learning curve than analogs and requires practice to master. Once you do, the accuracy is incredible but it takes about 1-1.5hrs to learn.

People who don't play much games would have a hard time playing on Move but could easily manage with a controller.

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chak_2547d ago

Don't lose your time with that DICE, work on teslation, gameplay, maps and such instead

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josephayal2547d ago

woaa the Best version is coming 2011

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