The appropriately titled “End Game” signals the flame to the final DLC for the multiplayer for Battlefield 3. This is the end of the development cycle for the game. It’s been an incredible journey for this game that launched back at the end of 2011. End Game brings new modes, new vehicles, new maps, and even a secret, unlockable dev-only weapon to close out Battlefield 3.
The fourth of five Battlefield expansions, featuring a balanced mix of indoors and outdoors. The outdoor areas are vast and open allowing it to feel completely separate from the indoor areas. The building constructed that make up the indoor areas are tight, almost claustrophobic at times. This blends the feeling of the Close Quarters DLC with the Armored Kill DLC in interesting ways, making for more variety and versatility in attacking and defending objectives.
This launch trailer features footage from all four maps and features the new crossbow, vehicles, and the new Scavenger game mode where players armed only with a pistol must search the environment for more powerful weapons.
The second expansion is a more intimate experience than what you’d expect Battlefield to have. This is where it succeeds and fails. It succeeds in creating a highly explosive and close-knit group of a barrage of weaponry. The interiors have been changed and focus on deteriorating walls from bullets and grenades.
The battle continues as DICE, an Electronic Arts Inc. studio, today announced the ultimate Battlefield 3 game pack: Battlefield 3 Premium Edition coming September 11th
Close Quarters. Armored Kill. End Game. It all makes sense in that order, doesn’t it?
From the football field to the battlefield, the Battlefield 3™ experience comes alive this fall! Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) today announced that it has teamed up with some of football’s biggest stars for an exclusive reality show titled GTTV Presents Battlefield 3: Operation Gridiron. Airing on Spike TV this fall, the show takes quarterback Drew Brees, linebacker Clay Matthews, [...]
With the release of the Diablo III beta, I’ve been thinking back of the games released this year and as it turns out, there are A LOT of games with “3″ or “III” in their title. It’s not all bad, as a three shows the game is an established franchise and is possibly the end of a trilogy. It’s something worth getting excited for.
Take a vote in our poll of what you think has been or will be the best game with three in the title.
So you’ve all probably clicked the link to: www.modernwarfare3.com. Quickly you realize this is NOT the official site for Activision’s third installment on the series, Modern Warfare 3 – CallOfDuty.com is. I did my homework, and despite what rumors there are floating around that Electronic Arts bought the domain, they haven’t. At least, not directly – [...]
The behemoth is back. Just a day after the announcement that Battlefield 1943 and Battlefield Bad Company 2′s DLC: Onslaught were both cancelled for PC, DICE and GameInformer revealed the cover to the magazine and a teaser trailer for BATTLEFIELD 3:
It’s a sad day for Battlefield fans wondering where 1943 and Onslaught mode for Bad Company 2 is. Battlefield 1943 was the remake of Battlefield 1942 on Xbox Live Arcade and Playstation Network. There had been rumors of a PC release, then months later Battlefield Bad Company 2 released on Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and [...]