Published on October 31st, 2011 |
>Possible Battlefield 3 Fixes
>If you have been playing Battlefield 3 over the past few days, most likely you have run into a couple issues. DICE and the Battlefield community are both dropping a few knowledge-bombs on how to resolve these problems, or how they will be fixed in future.
DICE themselves have spoken out about crashes on Battlefield 3, and suggest that you check your latest drivers. Another snag you may come across is factory-overclocked GPU’s. These cards can also force your game to crash. DICE also plans to deal with issues when it comes to joining a match with a squad. At the moment, the most effective way is to have one friend join, then the rest of the gang follows through the Com Center.
Along with the general “call customer support” routine, the plethora of online communities have found a few other solutions. Experimenting with Universal Plug and Play, port options, and repairing your game on Origin have all shared success in many cases.
Basically, you can either go through a few manual tweaks, or just wait for a patch and some driver updates. There isn’t a whole lot to complain about, considering the games launch went over very well, especially for the massive population this game is reaching out to.
Within the next few weeks, I’m sure we will have one of the most polished shooters the season.
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