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In a nice twist from the typical corporate marketing machine, EA and DICE has done something different to allow gamers to promote and share their experiences from E3: They gave the go ahead to post alpha gameplay footage of Battlefield 4. One of the videos uploaded is a cool little clip featuring an AC-130 attack plane and a player who bails out to get in on the ground action.
The war zones of Battlefield 3 are set to expand in December with the Aftermath expansion pack, offering four new maps and all kinds of extra goodies to get that trigger finger itching. While no release date has been set, the Aftermath reveal trailer has finally been released, giving a brief glimpse at the carnage awaiting BF3 vets in just a couple of months.
You know why you won't be getting mod tools for Battlefield 3 and why Battlefield 3 will never get a mod equivalent to DayZ (or something better)? Because DICE thinks that mod tools will bring out the hackers and that it's too tricky to make mod tools available for the Xbox 360 and PS3. Yes, the reason really is that stupid.
If you've been looking for a team-based, melee-focused medieval warfare game that isn't about lone-wolf, modern warfare, you'll probably want to check out a game called Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, which is like the sword version of DICE's Battlefield.
EA has announced a double experience event for first-person shooter Battlefield 3, giving everyone a reason to celebrate this week that doesn't involve fireworks and brats on the grill. You can still enjoy those other Fourth of July festivities of course, but now you can do it WHILE you shoot multiple tangos in the face.
EA may not have been able to charge every Battlefield 3 player for reloading a clip in the game, but they've found ways to come up with the next best thing: charge you to rent servers and play online. What's more is that they're furthering the push for fewer official servers and more player-rented servers.
Apart from Call of Duty and Battlefield, nearly every first-person shooter released loses money, believes Timesplitters developer Free Radical.
EA and DICE have announced that weapon customization is now a fully functional feature in the free-to-play online shooter, Battlefield Play4Free. This means you can deck your gun (and soldier) out in any way you see fit.
The war between Battlefield 3 and Modern Warfare 3ís pre-order bonuses and DLC content is still heating up, as DICE and EA have released a new trailer showcasing some of the goodies in the pre-order bonus Physical Warfare pack.
Electronic Arts has officially notified and confirmed to their users (and the gaming community at large) that Battlefield 3 won't be on Steam due to Valve's terms of service that restricts EAís 'ability to connect directly with consumers'.
EA's newest game in the Battlefield series isnít Battlefield 3 but rather an online MMO rendition of the popular first-person military shooter called Battlefield Play4Free. The game is a mix of Battlefield Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 2. The only downside is that the game doesnít feature destructible environmentsÖbut thatís what Battlefield 3 is for.
DICE is gearing up to announce their next Battlefield. Details on the game will go public by the end of the week.
There's really nothing more that you could ask for when this game is priced so fairly and offers so much pure fun gameplay. Battlefield 1943 is worth it, clean and simple.
EA and Dice have really outdone themselves with this newest trailer for Battlefield: BC 2 and once you start watching it youíll quickly agree.
If youíre a fan of kpd ratios, then stat tracking and social networking site GameStrata might be for you. If you know what a kpd ratio is, then this place is definitely for you. Itís a free service that allows you to keep track of your game performance. If you already donít care, then it may not be for you. But if you spent hours making up spreadsheets on how well you did on Midship vs. Sanctuary in Halo 2, this is your brand of fun.