Face it, some of the most annoying things when driving a tank (or any other large armored vehicle), is some C4-plastered suicide buggy. It’s even worse when they’re working in a team, as shown in the video above. But we gotta say, it’s also pretty fun. The trick is to plant C4 on the vehicle yourself, and have your teammate drive up to the enemy. That way, the teammate won’t be killed, but the enemy will.
What will happen to Battlefield 3 after BF4 is released? Surely there will still be a ton of players, having all the fun in the world? A new video pokes fun at the two games, predicting a ghost land in BF3 after the release of its successor, Battlefield 4.
Despite the bleak and fun prediction in the video, DICE has promised that they will keep supporting BF3 after the release of Battlefield 4. There are still millions of BF3 gamers out there, and it’s unlikely they’ll all upgrade to BF4 at once.
Considering that both Bad Company 2 and older Battlefield games are still played, it will be a long, long time before BF3 runs out of players. Especially when you consider that there isn’t much of a visual difference between the two games — many consider BF4 to actually be BF 3.5.
Battlefield 3 player/YouTuber Wovn presents this awesome montage filled with some awesome Battlefield moments. Did we mention awesomeness? But if you record every time you play, by sheer chance, you’ll get enough cool moments to piece together into a montage video. So make sure to record when you’re playing
While EA and DICE are gearing up for Battlefield 4, there is still plenty of life in BF3. There are many hundreds of thousands of players out there playing on a regular basis, and it’s still the best multiplayer FPS on the market. If you got BF3 Premium, you got access to not only all the DLC and goodies, but you’ll get access to the Battlefield 4 beta, which is rumored to launch in September.
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Despite being 18 months old, there are still plenty of Battlefield 3 players out there. And those gamers who have played the game all that time until now have established their own, personal play style. Some like lone-wolfing it and focusing on kills, some are more team-oriented, while others love the safety of armored vehicles.
As the video above asks; what makes a truly great Battlefield 3 player? His K/D ratio? His W/L ratio? His teamwork? What do you think makes a great Battlefield 4 player? Let us know in the comments section!
Battlefield 3 Premium owners will get a chance to be some of the first to play Battlefield 4. DICE has confirmed that all BF3 Premium owners will get access to the Battlefield 4 beta when it launches this Fall. The beta will be accessible to Premium members and those who pre-order select editions of the game on Origin. Battlefield 4 was unveiled last month with a 17-minute gameplay video (seen above), showing the first mission in the singleplayer campaign. The game will launch this Fall.
With the release of End Game, DICE wrapped up work on Battlefield 3. We’ll still get patches, of course, but content wise, there won’t be any more DLC. It’s good that Premium owners get a few more incentives, since there won’t be any more free content, at least in the form of expansions. A few months ago, EA revealed that Premium now has over 3 million subscribers.
The Battlefield 3 beta launched a few weeks before the game shipped. It started out with a single map and a single game mode (Rush on Operation Metro), and was later extended to another map with another game mode (Conquest on Caspian Border). We’ll have to wait and see what the BF4 beta has in store for us. DICE is expected to unveil the multiplayer portion of the game at E3 in June.
DICE has launched the official Battlefield 4 teaser site, which you can find here. The teaser site doesn’t reveal much besides a BF4 background, obscured by a very nice rain effect. We’ve spared you the trouble to figure out the image in the background — you can check it out above.
The teaser site confirms that Battlefield 4 will be unveiled on March 27 with the very first gameplay video. Members of the press will get a sneak peak the day before at GDC, and surely something will leak from that. Yesterday, EA revealed the first teaser video, a few seconds that basically confirm the date once again. You can find the video after the break.
Judging by the teaser above and what we’ve seen so far, it looks like rain will be a big factor in Battlefield 4. Of course, it could be that DICE just like the look of it, kind of like the “glowing soldier” effect. The latest rumors suggest a dynamic weather feature in the game, so this might be the first indication of that. We’ll have to wait and see.
If you login to Battlelog and check out the teaser site, you’ll unlock a special Battlefield 4 dog tag, which basically states “ENLISTED”. If you don’t see the dog tag immediately, don’t worry, we hear it can take a few hours before it’s unlocked.
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End Game is already out if you’re on the PlayStation 3, and some users have already uploaded some gameplay videos in order to make the rest of us jealous. Battlefield 3 End Game features 4 news maps, some new vehicles (including cool motorcycles), new Capture The Flag game mode, and some new awards as well. Check out a couple of more gameplay videos after the break, showing off the shiny show-covered map (called “Sabalan Pipeline”), and Nebandan Flats. READ ON »
DICE has released a new teaser trailer of the upcoming End Game DLC — the final Battlefield 3 DLC. The new teaser basically shows us what we’ve seen so far, with a better look at the new maps. End Game is scheduled for release later this month.
DICE has released a bunch of new details about the last Battlefield 3 DLC: End Game. The new video shows off the new bikes in the game, the new screenshots show the new maps and environments, and finally, we’ve got some more details about the DLC itself.
First of all, the End Game will feature 4 new maps. They are called Operation Riverside, Kiasar Railroad, Nebandan Flats, and Sabalan Pipeline. Two of the maps will be heavily focused on motorcycles, with several spots where players can use to make huge jumps, according to DICE. In fact, DICE dedicated a whole blog post just about the bikes and jumping ability in End Game. You can read it here.
Check out the new screenshots after the break. READ ON »