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UPDATE: Ironically enough, this feature will not be included on the PC version of Battlefield 3.
DICE's Alan Kertz stated that PC players must exit Battlefield 3 in order to switch servers via Battlelog. In an attempt to reassure those ready with their pitchforks, Kertz claims that the game "starts up really fast."
In a game where a lot of content is being fine-tuned for a PC experience, console players may be surprised to hear that they are getting one of those formerly PC-only features.
EA confirmed today that the console versions of Battlefield 3 will be getting a server browser. PC players are likely to be familiar with this already; a server browser allows the player to specifically select and filter which server he or she wants to play on. Op…Read more >
In light of a myriad of leaked Alpha Trial footage finding its way to the internet, DICE has provided us with a new multiplayer gameplay trailer for Battlefield 3:
- BATTLEFIELDO | New Official BF3 Trailer
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Battlefield 3 could end up being a best selling novel too.
That is to say, if rumors that there will be a book for DICE's upcoming came in the Battlefield series. Retailers such as Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble have recently listed a written form of the game to be authored by Andy McNab. McNab is known for his account of a failed SAS patrol mission in the book Bravo Two Zero.
McNab has supposedly helped DICE on a number of war-related topics, in order to assist them in accurate depictions of characters and other items in Battlefield 3.
The suspected Battlefield 3 book will be 400 pages and retail for $9.99. It will apparently release alongside its namesake on October 25.
- Attack of the Fanboy | Battlefield 3 Book is On Its Way
UPDATE: The website gate for Battlelog appears to have surfaced, although you won't be able to log-in.
Today, EA finally loosened the iron curtain shrouding Battlelog, and released several screenshots of the online portal for Battlefield to the web.Read more >