Posts Tagged ‘ Battlefield 3 ’

Back-to-Back DLC Releases Today

Today was actually quite an exciting day for both Gears of War 3 and Battlefield 3 fans! Why you may ask? Simply because the long awaited DLC’s have finally been released πŸ™‚ That’s right – RAAM’s Shadow and Back to Karkand are available to download and play. What exactly are you guys waiting for if you haven’t downloaded either DLC? I’m already waiting for my downloads to finish πŸ˜› Check out these featured videos on two amazing DLCs you won’t want to pass up.

Watch the preview for the Gears of War 3: RAAM’s Shadow DLC and Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand gameplay video.

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Multiple Platform BF3 Comparison

Here’s the start of something beautiful.Β Here is another one of Gametrailer’s controversial videos of comparing 3 systems side by side using the Xbox 360, PC, and PS3. Of course whenever a video such as this is produced, it starts a huge flame war between the three rival platforms. Obviously, this video leaves you to cast your own judgment and remarks. But if you ask me, there is no significant difference aside from the fact that Xbox 360 wins by my vote! The only games I would want to play on my PC would be Torchlight 2 or Diablo III (perhaps even Counter-Strike GO as well). Everything else will just be heading to my 360 since my Gamerscore seems quite meaningful and I always love earning more points. Achievements on other platforms just doesn’t share the same type of rewarding feeling that I get from my 360. Thank you Microsoft for making achievements feel like an accomplishment worth trying for.

Btw, one good thing to note about the major difference between consoles and PC is the multiplayer experience. The scaling and size of the capacity a server can maintain on a PC is obviously more than what a console can handle. PC’s will have 64 total players in a single match, whereas the consoles can only hold up to 32 (in reference of BF3). Oh, and please do not bring up MAG as a good counter measure for proving me wrong. That game was beyond terrible and labeled EPIC FAIL. Aside from amount of players each system can match up against, graphics are pretty much equal and on par with each other (enhancements can be made depending on your equipment. Invest in a high-end flat HDTV to beef up the look and feel of your console). The only significant difference is the frame rate.

Side note: I attended the Battlefield 3 midnight release. It was awesome! Thanks Gamestop for being so efficient at handling midnight releases. I was #74 πŸ˜‰

Click here to watch the Battlefield 3 system comparison video in HD.

Buy BF3 and Get into ME3 Multiplayer Beta

If you’re one of the gamers purchasing Battlefield 3 on October 25th such as myself, you will automatically be able to play the Mass Effect 3 multiplayer demo in January. Isn’t that awesome? We get dibs on testing out ‘Galaxy at War’ – Mass Effect 3’s brand new multiplayer mode which is also a first ever for this franchise! Maybe now you will give into buying Battlefield 3 if you’ve been contemplating for awhile. Even if you do not buy BF3, everyone gets the same opportunity to try out the single player campaign demo when it comes out πŸ™‚

For more details, click here.

Amazon Exclusive Offer For Pre-Ordering BF3

For those who placed a pre-order for Battlefield 3 via Amazon, you’re entitled to the ‘Dog Tag’ pack. This is Amazon’s way of honoring your pre-orders by topping it off with exclusive bonus content aside from the already given ‘Back to Karkand’ DLC available anywhere you decided to reserve your copy at.

This ‘Dog Tag’ pack features content from BF2 ranging from maps, weapons, vehicles, to unique rewards. AND of course the exclusive dog tags for the game’s multiplayer mode.

BTW – are you guys enjoying the beta so far? It’s epic isn’t it? πŸ™‚

For more details, click here.

The Moment You’ve All Been Waiting for… BF3 Open Beta

Guess what lads – Battlefield 3 will officially be in open beta starting September 29! People with a copy of the Medal of Honor Limited Edition will be able to play on September 27. This is certainly a generous award for purchasing MOH as an incentive to gain early beta access of 2 days in advance. Guess these players will be granted the opportunity to 1UP everyone in 2 days. Needless to say, whether you purchased a copy of MOH Limited Edition or not – everyone can enjoy open beta on all platforms (Xbox 360/PC/PS3) next week. Now that’s what really counts πŸ˜‰

For more details, click here.

Battlelog Service Free of Charge

As a counter-attack to the Call of Duty Elite service, EA decided to offer a similar plan as well. Better yet – the Battlelog service will be free of charge. According to EA, Battlelog promises to deliver the best social, multiplayer FPS experience in the market. What exactly do they mean by this? Well let me brief you guys on the Battlelog perks.

Battlelog Perks:

  • Serve as Battlefield 3’s main menu
  • Experience a unique social network – always better to play with friends! Real friends don’t let friends game alone πŸ˜‰
  • Offer better matchmaking
  • Battlefield exclusive friends lists
  • Voice over IP features
  • All for free!

Are you ready to hit the ground running on 10.25.2011?

For more details, click here.

Yet Another Explosive Battlefield 3 Multi-Player Gameplay Trailer

HOLY MOTHER OF JETS! The new Battlefield 3 ‘Caspian Border’ multi-player trailer is quite EXPLOSIVE. So many jets, helicopters, tanks, and robots are featured in this video. This trailer makes me go nuts because BF3 looks super awesome! If you haven’t pre-ordered BF3 yet, you should NOW for whatever you platform you plan on playing. Doesn’t matter what platform you decide whether it’s PC, Xbox 360, or even PS3 – just get a physical/digital copy of BF3!

To watch the Battlefield 3 Caspian Border Multi-Player Trailer, click here.