EA released a new trailer showing PC footage of Strike at Karkand map for Battlefield 3. The HUD clearly shows seven flags, which means the DLC maps are gonne be very large - easily much bigger than the vanilla maps of the FPS.
Wow! That is going to be intense!!
Been having a blast playing BF3 on Ultra but for me BF3 really kicks off when the back to Karkand map pak gets unleashed. Karkand, Sharqi, Oman, and Wake island plus Operation Firestorm and Caspian Border will be my home. Battlefield 3 = BEST SHOOTER EVER!
Yep, Caspian Border and Operation Firestorm are also my favorite maps, but I also do like Kharg Island. Just add that one and that would be an awesome 7 map rotation for a server. Absolutely love BF3! Oh, by the way, didn't the original Karkand have 7 flags as well? Four on one side of the river and 3 on the other. Since this is a remake, one would think that it would also have 7 flags.
Wtf the disagrees, firestorm caspian awsome maps? I too cant wait for new maps BF3 has been a game that has drove many on pc mad with issue and some lucky folk with no issues on PC, but still we cant seem to stop playing it cos its that dam good. Conquest rocks love hardcore too New maps vieachles and weapons all free limited edition WTG DICE. :)
Lucky mofo's oh well i'll settle with the console version.
Wow, too bad i dont have the pc verion coz this looks great. the ps3 version will have to wait for me as i get to that point
I think I read somewhere that consoles will get 5 objectives which to me is still pretty nuts. Can't wait :0
@Optical Oh god I hope not. 4 flags is already pretty "boring" as it is on consoles. Which are caspian, firestorm, and Khark. My opinion. If that limit was raised to 32 then I wouldn't mind 4 flags but as it is now people can barely top like 7 or 8 kills in the whole round on those maps. So 5 flags will be extremely boring to play with on consoles.
OH YEAH! can't wait to play this on pc!
Isn't that the same as the old version in BF2?
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