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Battlefield 3 open beta is six times larger than the previous Battlefield beta: 2010's Bad Company 2's open beta, to some this was to be expected as a majority of the Battlefield fan base have waited for a long time for the Battlefield 2 sequel.
Karl Magnus Troedsson also gave us further insight into the beta saying "The beta players are playing with early game code, which is over a month old since DICE had to submit it to validation at Microsoft and Sony. The main purpose of the beta is to stress test the game servers."
Many will be hoping that many if not all of the issues that are currently cirulating the battlelog forums will be addressed before the retail version of BF3 is released. Here is a list of the top 10 issues.
Yes people, the date we have all been waiting for has finally been revealed, with the BF3 open beta scheduled for the end of the month. You just need to check out the official EA BF3 Beta section on the 29th September to sign up and download the Beta. Unfortunately for those of you who have played the Alpha you will not be seeing a new map or game mode for the Beta as it is still going to be on the Operation Metro map, and support the Rush mode only.
You will have approximately 12 days to play the Beta as it ends on October 10 and for those of you who are looking to play BF3 competitively, our sources at The ESL ensure us that there are going to be day cups throughout the Beta.
Issues surrounding the limits on the number of soldiers and soldier names have also been raised in which only one soldier and name are allowed to be created per account.
ESL and RushTV have partnered up once again for Battlefield 3 for the open beta cups hosted with ESL
Short yet sweet news for all BF3 fans. While everyone recently has been confused over who to pre order their copy of BF3 with, as various stores around the globe all offer something different to one another, EA has stepped up and given all the die hard fans a reason to pre-order via their online store Origin. Pre order today and the Origin deal will get you the Back To Karkand expansion pack (classic BF maps in the frostbite 2 engine), the physical warfare pack (set of exclusive guns) and the holy grail that is 48hrs early access to the beta.
Yes YOU could be the first person crashing to your desktop in the beta. The first person to try every single set of drivers for you GFX card to get the beta working. The first person to be collecting dog tags of Battlefield noobs. Seriously though its an interesting reason to go with Origin, and fingers crossed the BF3 Beta will have none of the 'typical' Beta bugs I just mentioned, general buzz from the alpha and first looks from various sites and magazines suggest BF3 is shaping up to be very very sweet.
As usual, Team Rush will see you on the Battlefield!
The offer states that players who pre-order a copy of the game, will receive access to the long-awaited beta through a code that will be sent on the day it begins. The retailer also mentions that the testing period will end on July 17.
The full listing, which has since been removed, reads as follows:
Called Need for Speed World, the title has only just reached beta but already boasts over 150 miles of open road. Joystiq says the game follows the arcade-inspired mechanics of previous NFS entries, and should be widely accessible with hardware requirements including a 2.0GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 512MB graphics card.