Blew stuff up? Don’t get Karky, kid! New Battlefield 3 trailers

Subject: General Tech | October 22, 2011 - 12:24 AM |
Tagged: battlefield 3

You might be waiting for Battlefield 3; you might also not be waiting for Battlefield 3 because you played Operation Metro and did not get any chance to play Caspian Border. The Beta is now long gone and release is just days away. To generate excitement, DICE has released another trailer focusing on the diversity of the maps: day and night; air and ground; urban, open, and open urban? Stuff crumbles, stuff dies, and stuff plain gets blown up. Check it out.

Wake Island just will not be the same without randomly bombing narrow strips of land.

Also teased in the trailer is the Back to Karkand expansion pack showing the Battlefield 3 version of Strike at Karkand with much less yellow and much more debris. Not shown are the other three maps of the expansion: Wake Island, Sharqi Peninsula, and Gulf of Oman. Unlike Battlefield 2, however: Battlefield 3 will have a single-player campaign which received its own trailer.

I somehow feel this is Dangerously Close to Medal of Honor’s anti-brass theme.

While it looks like Battlefield 3 will be a worthy sequel to 2005’s Battlefield 2, I do fear that future iterations will take a turn similar to Call of Duty after the Call of Duty 4 inflection point. How do you feel? What do you want to know about Battlefield 3 the most?

Source: Battlefield
December 30, 2011 | 11:22 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Battlefield 3 will have a single-player celexa dosage campaign which received its own trailer.Thanks for this information.

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