It's been known that Battlefield 3 came with an early access code for the Mass Effect 3 Co-op Demo. Now there is a way to get a code even if you didn't purchase Battlefield 3.
How do you exactly do step 2 on the link?
Yeah, not really the best walkthrough. But at least this posting let me know there's such a thing. A bit of goggling gave me what I needed to know. You need Origin, you need it linked to your facebook, you need it linked to your game console, you then go here http://www.facebook.com/mas... and LIKE the page, then it takes you into the recruitment program. Then you send something to a friend and if they accept, you're in. That seem's to be the jists of it. I think they only need to install the app though. I'm trying to go through it but they're making it overly complicated. BioWare forum post that tells a bit more about this: http://social.bioware.com/f... Hope this helps. Update: I went through the process myself. You link your console account to the Origin, you link facebook to Origin, you like on facebook, allow app on facebook, invite a facebook friend using the app. If they accept and link their Origin account to it, you both get codes. In short: a pain in a**. :/
To those who wan't a invite from this recruitment app, and thus early access to the multiplayer, send me a friend invite and I'll recruit you. It's up to you to worry about linking your account with Origin though - but this would at least save you the trouble of having to recruit someone yourself. http://www.facebook.com/pro...
I seriously can't be bothered, it's a lot of effort to go to just to play a Co-Op Demo for a game a matter of weeks away, I'd rather wait. I didn't get Battlefield 3 because I despise military shooters. Do we know when the Co-Op aspect of the Demo goes public?
isn't the demo already out? lol
The Co-Op aspect of the demo features an early access key, that being the Online Pass for Battlefield 3 if I'm not mistaken. It seems quite trivial to me, if it was a Beta taking place months before release then I could undertake the early access, but when release is a matter of weeks away you'd think EA/Bioware wouldn't particularly wish to restrict access to certain aspects of the demo, the unknowledgable regarding games may misunderstand the uninformative error page for a bug, which could inevitably lead to cancelations of pre-orders...
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