DICE recently released their tenth Battleblog in a series leading up to the October release of Battlefield 3. This time, the team at DICE focus on the story, and presenting us with a shiny new trailer, showing off a new level in the campaign, called Operation Guillotine (as hinted at by Kotaku earlier this week).
Lead Designer and Writer of the campaign, David Goldfarb, oes on to talk about how the tone of Battlefield 3 will be very different from the Bad Company series, taking a much more serious and gritty approach to war, over the lightheartedness of Bad Company and Bad Company 2.
Goldfarb also details about how the campaign is a recollection of events Henry Blackburn took part of against the People's Liberation and Resistance while working in joint military operations. Along with this, he says how he wants the characters to be put in difficult situations and question their motifs. He then closes with this:
— David Goldfarb
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