The Battlefield Veteran Service will be making a return to Battlefield 3.
Looking forward to seeing what the reward for Battlefield Veteran service is for Battlefield 3, though I would assume that it would be geared more towards the folk that played Battlefield 2 and 2142.
Yhea but they need to have better awards for higher level veterans.I remember in bfbc veteran page I entered the most easyest number combination i the world for id and pasw and it added like 4 games
Goddamn does this make me happy. After sinking 1000+ hours into BF2 and another 100 into BFBC, I hope I will be recognized for my service.
Lol, "service". Didn't THEY allow YOU to have fun with it?
There was fun but there was also a fair amount of frustration. I don't know whether you played Battlefield 2 much, but there was this thing called 'artillery' that the commander could conveniently choose to fire upon whomever he saw fit. Artillery was very effective at ruining plans and wasting your time... especially when it's being used against you. Anyway, for persevering through the hundreds (or thousands?) of cheap artillery deaths I incurred, yeah, some kind of recognition would be appreciated here. =)
they still need to fix the veteran system because it has had errors not detecting games played or owned.
I hope we actually get a good gun as an unlock!
Cool. I'm just kinda curious why DICE has had the FN F2000 as a special reward weapon lately? They did it in the 2010 released Medal of Honor game since they handled the multiplayer portion of that game.
Top news this will push me to 14 veteran status im missing one of the 1942 expansions code didnt work,shame it wont make me be a good player lol.
14 how come? I had most of the games and i'm at 6..
I am already 6 on veteren so i hope the rewards are cool. Started 2002 or 2003 on BF1942 and played all the iterations except for the weird secret weapons or some episode.
Does Medal of Honor count?
I think it's great that DICE are acknowledging long time BF fans with the Veteran unlocks. What other franchise gives you anything for previously owning other games in that franchise? I mean how many people own all the CoD games? And another one of those comes out every year and the only thing IW/Treyarch/ACtivision is offering in return for your support and patronage is a slew of extra maps at $15 a piece. OFF TOPIC: (but relevant i suppose) Anyone ever play Splinter Cell Conviction and try out Ubisoft's "Uplay" feature that was built in? It was really cool feature where you would earn "U" points for completing pre-determined actions in the game (kinda like acheivments/trophies), and you could accrue points that you could spend to buy in-game accessories for any Ubisoft game that was registered with the Uplay system.. It was a really cool feature, and I remember downloading body armor and a FAMAS for SC:Conviction and a costume for Ezio in AC2. Anyone know if this feature is still in use with other currently released Ubisoft games??
well naruto ultimate ninja did on the ps2 if you save data from the previous game you were awarded with most of the unlocks oh and infamous 2 did something like that if you had infamous 1 and i think SE said if you have ff13 data you can get something in ff13-2 just naming a few. i honestly dont know how to use this veteran thing i have bc2 and i dont think i will get anything for that :(
Yea, to qualify for the veteran unlocks in BC2 you need to own a few other battlefield games.. I think when you sign up for a veteran account, the system figures your "veteran rank" by scanning your HD/game saves and locating save data from other Battlefield games. I previously owned Battlefield:modern Combat, BF:1943, and the original Bad Co 1, so I guess I qualified for veteran status with those three titles... I guess if you really want that M1 Garand, you could always borrow other BF games from a friend and just create a save profile with each.. then you'll qualify for "owning" other BF titles and can unlock the veteran prizes in others..
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