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Published on July 20th, 2011 | by Dan


>Battlefield 3: What Rock, Paper, Shotgun wants to see

>Kotaku posted this article, and I wanted to direct link to the RPS site, but couldn’t find it on there. So sorry, RPS. One love.

One of their writers, Jim Rossignol, writes his thoughts on what Battlefield 3 needs to be great. I won’t clumsily stomp on his article here, but one thing he makes a short but sweet point about is the server browser. If this thing works on launch, it’ll already be better than BFBC2.
I highly suggest you read the article, great work by Jim.
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3 Responses to >Battlefield 3: What Rock, Paper, Shotgun wants to see

  1. vol1tion says:

    >Great article, and I could not agree more about battle recorder. Lack of recording/demo functionality in this day and age is just unacceptable.

  2. Dex says:

    >"Sure, I could have Fraps'd it, but fuck that. I want my battle recorder."


    BFBC2 is a great game and there are some hints of what they learned buried in there. I think that BF3 will simply build on BC2s success and push the franchise forward. It will, of course, blend in some of what made the other BF games great. I foresee map favorites being based on the amount of vehicles, though. It will be nice to play with all of the flyboys again, though.

  3. Zackcy says:

    >BC2 is sooo much different then the classic Battlefield games, which BF3 will emulate.



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