Posts Tagged Dice Interactive
A few hours prior to EA conference in E3, the footage shown above of what appears to be Battlefield 3 premium service was leaked. The new service will grant you 2 weeks of early access to all Battlefield map packs released later this year including Close Quarters, Armored Kill, Aftermath and End Game. You will also get the previously released Back to Karkand map pack in addition to 20 new weapons, exclusive dog tags, exclusive camo for kits and weapons, over 10 new vehicles and according to the trailer: New assignments and modes.
Stay tuned for additional info regarding the price and the date of release.
The eagerly awaited Battlefield 3 patch is due out today, and the file size has quite a lot to say about the number of fixes taking place. The download is a massive 758 MB for North American users and 767 MB in other regions, and with approximately three hours scheduled server maintenance taking place, you may not be able to get online in order to the patch the game anytime soon.
For a list of all the fixes in the latest patch, see below:
Battlefield 3 General fixes
- Significant improvements to the Squad Join interface, full details in this earlier blog post
- Removed FIND ME A SQUAD option
- Allow players to join empty Squads alone, thus having 1/4 Squad members
- Change order of options to LEAVE SQUAD, INV A FRIEND, SWITCH TEAM
- Disable Privacy flag when 1 man Squad
- Reset Privacy flag from Private to Public when Squad drops to 1 player
EA has released a gameplay trailer of the upcoming Back to Karkland expansion pack for their top selling Battlefield 3 title. The forklift had me rolling when I watched it this morning.
No release date has been given just yet but those who have bought the title new will be entitled to this expansion absolutely free.
The team at Dice Interactive has pulled together some neat stats for the beta and have also released what changes have been made.
Here’s the aforementioned changes:
DICE has just released this awesome trailer for Battlefield 3, accompanied by the sound of Jay-Z’s 99 Problems. I gotta tell you, there are no problems with this trailer, nor the in-game graphics and the never before seen gameplay footage! The trailer titled “Above and Beyond the Call” is clearly a message to Activision’s number 1 selling shooter series in the last decade, Call of Duty.
Quick reminder, Tomorrow will be the first day in the private beta, so if you own a registered copy of Medal of Honor Tier 1 or Limited Edition, then you should be able to download the beta through the PlayStation Store. Xbox 360 users will receive an invitation along with instruction through the registered email. The open beta will start on September 29th and it will be free for all, so no code, pre-order or purchase required!