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EA and Dice are busy making sure that Battlefield 3 surpasses all previous Battlefield titles by adding in a ton of new features, but the graphics engine is going to amaze people. The first screens of Battlefield 3 are available online through various online sites, but to get them in perfect quality, be sure to purchase the latest issue of GameInformer, which should be arriving to subscribers throughout the week. Last night, information from GameInformer was revealed and it sounds quite promising. Though the visuals of the game are impressive, what you see in the magazine is nothing compared to what the game looks like in motion.
Coming off great success with the launch of Dead Space 2, Steve Papoutis, Executive Producer of Dead Space 2, viewed a live demonstration of Battlefield 3 today and it blew him away. He shared on Twitter:
“Ok just saw Battlefield 3 live in person, OMG it’s incredible! Go Dice! #BF3”
He was then asked by a follower if the visuals blow away what can be seen in the magazine and his response is just as exciting.
“Yes its awesome town.”
As was revealed in the GameInformer article, Dice had the concept of Battlefield 3 done for a while, but the needs of technology weren’t there yet. As technology grew and better tools were developed, Dice finally reached the point they felt comfortable and ready to begin work on Battlefield 3. Based on initial impressions, it seems like the wait will prove to be well worth it. Battlefield 3 is being developed with the PC as the lead console and will release on the PC, PS3, Xbox 360 in late 2011.
It’s very common for information regarding a massive title to be revealed online once the magazine headlining it hits the hands of subscribers. The latest issue of GameInformer headlining Battlefield 3 is reaching subscribers this week and new information regarding the title has appeared online. With a late 2011 release date planned, Dice and EA are going all-out with the new installment. According to the GameInformer article, the concept for Battlefield 3 was in the works for years, but the technology needs weren’t there and they had to wait for it to come together to realize their vision. As some may suspect, the PC version of Battlefield 3 is the lead version of the title, but the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions should be high-quality products regardless.
For a full breakdown, find it below.
-Aiming for CY Q4 2011 release
-Concept for BF3 has been in the works for years, waiting on proper tech to seamlessly come together
-Frostbite 2.0 is the culmination of this tech, entirely re-written
-Lighting sounds neat; one “probe” contains more lighting information than an entire BFBC2 level.
-Level destruction is going to be “believable” but basically everything is destructible.
-Character animations powered by ANT, what EA Sports uses.
-AI characters and multiplayer characters have different animation sets
-No more “gliding” animations that look off, animation realism is a focus
-Captured their own war audios (bullets, tanks, helicopters, etc) at different distances to ensure realism
-Better audio cues for certain actions, more easily able to listen for threats
-Plan on better, more immediate post release content
-More unlocks than BFBC2
-Dice trying to find a good balance between customization of your character and not having “pink rabbit hat(s)”
-Will talk about squads “later”
-Looking into a theater mode but can’t talk about it
-Will have co-op
-There will be a kill-cam but it can be turned off
-BF3′s team is almost twice as big as the team for BFBC2
-They want the pacing of the single player mode to be balanced, with highs and lows. Makes the comparison to a song vs a guitar solo.
-Part of the single player mode takes place in Sulaymaniyah – Iraqi Kurdistan.
-”F**k” will be used often, so M rates for sure
-Significant narrative that goes with the SP mode
-More than one setting, you’re not in the middle east for the whole game
-PC version is lead version
-Why 64 players for PC only? No complains from the console crowd.
-No mod tools at release. Maybe none down the line either. Frosbite 2.0 is complex and mods tools would have to be dumbed down, so does Dice really want to put their time to that or would it be better spent elsewhere?
Find additional information on Battlefield 3 here.
You’re starved for Battlefield 3 information. We get that. DICE cryptically whispered the game’s name and then dove back into the shadows, so it’s only natural that you’d want answers. Unfortunately, after a weekend on the streets attempting to hunt down the slippery developer, we were informed that it’s based in Sweden, rendering our entire search (and unwarranted beating of a few tight-lipped citizens) futile. So then we spent a few minutes on the Internet and found this stuff.
First up, UK retailer GAME revealed that Tehran, Paris, and New York will all be prominently featured in the game. Meanwhile, lead gameplay designer Alan Kertz took to Twitter to douse a few burning questions. Among other things, he said that spotting’s making the jump from Bad Company 2, although it’s far from finalized. “Spotted enemies could have a bomb dropped on them by an orbital space cannon for all I’ve decided right now,” he tweeted.
The much-loved ability to go prone is, of course, slithering down the comeback trail as well, but Kertz and co. have clipped its wings, so no more mid-air “dolphin-diving.” He also explained that bullet physics are taking a few cues from Bad Company 2, but “it’s a much deeper system.”
So, when do we get to see it all in action? Er, not yet. Check back in a few weeks. In the meantime, though, the video below of Battlefield 3′s engine ought to bring some light into your life. And then remove it. And then bring it back again. Yes, it’s a lighting demo with negative 64 players and just as many bullets, but it’s still pretty darn impressive. Click through the link to salivate at the idea of massive battles that span days and nights. Come on, DICE, with that engine, it’s just begging to happen.
Battlefield 3 developer DICE is “only starting to scratch the surface” of what its “incredible” Frostbite 2 engine is capable of, the studio has boldly claimed.
Speaking in the latest issue of US retail mag Game Informer, exec producer Patrick Bach stressed that just because BF3 has earthquake effects and other destruction, it doesn’t mean the FPS will revel in fantasy set pieces like Split/Second before it.
“It needs to be believable,” he said. “You can’t have earthquakes all over the place while you’re running and gunning.
“We want to have set pieces that fit the map. Set pieces can be more than big explosions and big animations. We have some cool things up our sleeves.”
Bach explained that the studio had to rewrite its Frostbite engine from scratch for the sequel, with additions such as real-time lighting and large-scale destruction fronting the bill.
Art director Gustav Tileby said of the Battlefield 3 tech – which Bach claims allows for a next-gen game on current-gen systems – “We’re only starting to scratch the surface of what we can do with the engine.”
Frostbite 2 has been described by EA as “incredible technology that takes animation, destruction, lighting, scale and audio to new heights”.
More details arrived via the US mag yesterday, including news that PC is being treated as the lead platform for the EA game.
It seems as if the people still running Windows XP for gaming are slowly being phased out as more and more games are requiring DX10 at the base level, and it would seem as if Battlefield 3 will be no exception to that growing trend.
A rendering architect for DICE by the name of Johan Andersson, tweeted earlier;
“Frostbite 2 is primarily developed for DX11. XP & DX9 is _not_ supported, 64-bit OS is recommended. Lots of time to upgrade if you havent!”
Of course the typical rage ensued, with people all over defending Windows XP and fighting for it’s relevance. One thing’s clear, DirectX 9 wont be supported forever. So if you haven’t yet, make the jump for Windows 7, it’s a great OS and DICE seems to agree.
To check out some of the idiotic Facebook rage, just click here for the PC Gamer Facebook post. Follow me on Twitter and let me know what you think about this move by DICE
There are screenshots circulating the Internet that claim to be screenshots of the upcoming Battlefield 3 game. These low quality images are supposedly taken with a phone off a PC monitor during beta testing. While we are skeptical these images sure look promising. The images show multiple angles of a dog fight, a tank in a urban setting, a soldier with some kind of high-tech head gear the and inside of a pilots cockpit. What to you think? Real or not? More soon……
Battlefield 3 Limited Edition details leak?
Premium edition to include “Back to Karkand” expansion according to leaked ad; content bundles updated weapons, vehicles, and maps from Battlefield 2.
Source: A leaked ad for the limited edition of Battlefield 3, as seen on Battlefield fansite EnterBF3.
What we heard: Last week Battlefield series developer DICE officially lifted the veil on the latest entry in the series, Battlefield 3. The Swedish studio said the title would arrive this fall in standard and limited edition iterations. Now, some new intel on the LE has crept out.
According to a leaked ad for Battlefield 3 (pictured below), the limited edition of the new shooter will come bundled with the “Back to Karkand” expansion, which will contain a heap of Battlefield 2 content including weapons, vehicles, and four multiplayer environments.
The ad did not reveal which four maps will be included with the pack, however, Strike at Karkand was a popular multiplayer environment in Battlefield 2, and would seem a likely fit for the “Back to Karkand” expansion.
The ad only shows the PC version of the title, but according to additional wording, it looks like the limited edition is coming to consoles. The ad says the limited edition will include additional trophies and achievements for players to unlock, which is a likely indicator that the edition will land on the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360.
Additionally, those who do not purchase a limited edition copy of Battlefield 3 can purchase and download the “Back to Karkand” expansion content about a month after the title releases, according to the leaked advertisement. Neither a price nor a more exact release date has been affixed to the content thus far.
The official story: As of press time DICE has not responded to GameSpot’s request for comment or clarification on the matter.
Bogus or not bogus?: Looking very much not bogus that EA is planning a multiplatform limited edition for Battlefield 3. But whatever the case, answers will arrive soon, as DICE has said it will unveil the limited edition properly at this year’s Game Developers Conference, which is set for the end of the month. New BF3 Hack soon.
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Hardcore Battlefield fans will be relieved to hear that a proper Battlefield sequel – Battlefield 3 — is in the works at DICE. The BF3 Release Date is in the works for Fall of 2011.
Electronic Arts chief operating officer John Pleasants revealed the news at the William Blair Growth Stock Conference, reports G4tv.com. “I’ve had the luxury of looking at Battlefield 3 over at DICE in Sweden and was highly impressed by the way the team is working on that product,” he said.
A number of Battlefield titles have been announced or released since the release of the last two core titles in the series, Battlefield 2 and the subsequent Battlefield 2142, none of which have been accepted by the PC Battlefield crowd as a true successor. We’ve heard rumblings about Battlefield 3 in the past, and DICE has said that it hasn’t completely abandoned the PC roots of the series. The upcoming Battlefield 1943 seemed like an indication of that, and now the confirmation of a real Battlefield 3 should ease fans’ worries that the Battlefield franchise was devoting itself to being entirely console-centric.