The Battlefieldâ„¢ army is over 12 Million strong and growing every day as Battlefield 3â„¢ and its first expansion, Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand continues to recruit gamers around the world with its dynamic sandbox gameplay and state-of-the-art technology.
DICE demonstrates its ongoing commitment to fans by unveiling three new themed digital expansion packs* that will enhance the superior Battlefield experience with fresh and innovative gameplay, new modes, unique environments and more ways to wage all-out-war on the battlefield. Powered by the Frostbiteâ„¢ 2 engine, the next expansion packs are: Battlefield 3: Close Quarters in June, Battlefield 3: Armored Kill in the fall, and Battlefield 3: End Game in the winter.
The patch was expected to drop earlier this month, but according to DICEâ€™s community manager Daniel Matros, the patch was never given an official release date. Matros also went on twitter to further solidify the rumor:
â€œIt was announced by someone who got the dates wrongâ€
When more tweets rained in on the issue, Matros went on to say
â€œThe date was never really correct anywayâ€.
A post on Battlog by zh1nt0 today confirms DICE are working on a huge list of patches and fixes for the community.
We would like to share some of the confirmed fixes and tweaks that we have been working on to the Community. Not that this is still not a full update list and there will be more information on this as we go forward. While there still is no ETA on the patch, weÂ´re still working on improving online gameplay for all of our dear community members. So far, this list is for PC.
In This year's Clanbase Nations cup, We more than welcome the battlefield series back with open arms.
It's always nice to see the battlefield series in the nations cup and this year it's the world's first for Battlefield 3.
There's some serious competition this year, with the likes of Russia and Spain doing well in the 8v8 ladders.
Im just glad were not against them in the qualifers :D
Martin â€˜nKMâ€™ Bowman takes a deep breath and jumps into the depths of eSports' latest emerging scene to ask the questions that matter.
Oh no, youâ€™re writing about competitive Battlefield again!?
Itâ€™s been almost 18 months since I last took this heady trip, jumping into a game whose title was suggestively prefixed by the word Battlefield and finding out that times have changed - that word doesnâ€™t mean what it used to mean. Gone were the frenetic 8v8 Conquest battles where it was common to see two of Europeâ€™s top teams, supported by outstanding eSports organizations, duke it out on a well-balanced map using well-balanced weapons and vehicles, those players struggling to keep cool heads knowing that they were playing for prize money and a growing number of fans were tuning into live coverage beamed into their skulls through the wonders of the internet.