Global Battlefield Community Manager confirms "BattleRecorder" for Battlefield 3.
So is this like theater mode??
I hope so. We need an easy way to share our Battlefield Moments.
The other day, I shot down two choppers in one round with engineer class RPGs, and I really wanted to save these moments. Can't wait for Battlefield 3.
You can take a snapshot by holding select+start on PS3 for BC2 But I don't know if they ever fixed their website to allow us to view those pics on BF.com
Yes, that's exactly what BR is, and it has been in past BF games too (or at least BF2)
"You can take a snapshot by holding select+start on PS3 for BC2." - Thanks for the tip. Helpful bubble up, not like you need it, but you deserve it. ;)
Well, demo recording has been in PC games for a long time. It just that there weren't any integrated tools for editing recorded clips, so you had to render them out then use video editing programs. So yea, it kind of was in BF2 the same way Theater mode was in CoD4 (The PC CoDs have had demo-recording too). =x
This is getting better everyday. MW3 looking worse everyday.
Well, Battlefield 3 is definitely getting better everyday, but to be fair, we almost know nothing about MW3 multiplayer. Anyway, I'm getting both for sure.
to be fair cod has always had the option to record rounds through the console...well except for mw2. It's required in league play in case there are disputes over hacking. If you can't provide your demo your team must forfeit that win. BF recorder is more streamlined though. the same goes for just about all fps games before it got big on console. Just another feature that came standard on pc fps games for many many years.
wow this is great. I might actually pick this game up.
BF3 the game that just keeps on giving..... After The bad company series I was dissapointed by Battlefield....now everything is falling into place so nicely, Co-op, Campaign, biggest content packed multiplayer around, vehciles, destruction and now a theatre mode...... Rediculous!
"BattleRecorder is DICE's answer to Call of Duty's Theatre Mode." No it's not. BattleRecorder is DICE's answer to BattleRecorder
focus on gameplay. this is just a gimmick.
Um, what? How is this a gimmick? It allows you to record your gameplay! There's been countless times where I wish I could have recored a kill streak or a sweet moment while playing BC2 (I played on consoles). I'm sure the demand for this feature is quite high and I'm sure it's not too hard to implement.
That's not a confirmation.
All major multiplayer games should record the games to view in a cinema/theater mode.
This is a great feature. Just like Cinema mode in uncharted.
With all of these features and promises, I really think BF3 should release at a later date. Give it time to polish up, and implement the features and I'm sure the game will be spectacular. Idk but I think right now we've been promised so much but have seen SO little and the release date is only a couple months away.
they are showing pre alpha footage and the release is so close, it seems very odd and that they would have to rush to get it out on time. IDK i never saw pre alpha footage get release b4 so idk if the time frame is normal.
Just a note, if you see pre aha footage, and you've never seen pre alpha footage of a game being released that year, something's either not definite confirmed, or not finished. I just hope they don't sacrifice the game just to get it out on time.
Once I saw the Pre-alpha footage I was kind of scared. I don't mean that there were too many flaws, but I think they can actually improve a little bit more like adding a bit more destruction (based on what i've seen the destruction is great but limited)and removing that knife lunge shown on a video. Operation metro is probably their most complete map by now (since they aree showing it off so much) so the other map might have more limited destruction. If they work hard I think they could squeeze in these fixes/changes.
This game just keeps bringing the good stuff to the table.
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