Battlefield 3 – More on Co-Op, Post-DLC, Scripted Moments, Atmosphere

While Swedish-based developer DICE are readying up for Battlefield 3′s launch this month, the company has started to talk about the third installment’s co-op, post-downloadable content for the shooter, as well as future installments in the franchise.

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smurfz2505d ago

And I can hardly wait to play this. Glad, I've already pre-ordered it.

psb2505d ago

I'm looking forward to the co-op component, glad it won't be similar to the mp side of things. Also, really excited about the mp side of things, although the beta has its fair share of issues, am really enjoying playing it.

Dart892504d ago

Yea me either but this one is far better.

P.S.i know your a cod troll:D.

Kyosuke_Sanada2504d ago

Remember that kid from Call Of Duty who got his butt kicked from a grown man last week because he was being a jerk online.

The internets isn't as safe as you might think...

Ramses32505d ago

Hmmm, I'm interested to see what the future holds for DLC, hopefully something similar to vietnam; a whole new theme and setting.
Any predictions?

blackhammer2505d ago (Edited 2505d ago )

If the DLC is weak and expensive like the Call of Duty ones, I'll shit a brick. Then, throw that brick through DICE's goddamn window.

Hufandpuf2504d ago

the only weak DLC so far was Onslaught mode from BFBC2. Vietnam was prime DLC, which is funny because when it was announced at $15 dollars people thought it was as bad as COD map packs. But when it came out it was AMAZING.

blackhammer2504d ago (Edited 2504d ago )

Lucky me. I picked Vietnam up months after release for about $5. That's how much it really should cost. Just about $5.

Szarky2504d ago

Agreed, worth every penny @ $15... the theme of it was great. I loved the maps.