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Published on November 11th, 2011 | by Alex


Planned BF3 Tactical Light Patch

“A thousand arrows of the Persian army descend upon you. Our arrows will blot out the Battlefield 3 tactical light.” – Battlefield 300

DICE’s Alan Kertz took to his personal Twitter recently to post ‘Before & After’ photos of the planned tactical light patch. The intensity of the light will stay the same, but its effective range will be shortened from the current ten meters.

Images Courtesy of PC Gamer

Other possible planned fixes could include a nerf to the effectiveness of the mobile AA guns and the jet pilot’s inability to repair the vehicle short of landing.

Nice to have a developer with an ear to the ground.

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8 Responses to Planned BF3 Tactical Light Patch

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  2. Zelos45 says:

    Maybe they can lose the xxLEGITxxLensFlarezzz too…

  3. Seventy2 says:

    Good, I’m glad I won’t get a flashlight dildo in my ass from 50 feet away anymore

  4. RossGeddes says:

    What am I going to use my Gunnars for now?

  5. ApexBoost says:

    How about letting me leave the game or customize my loadouts in between rounds. This is progress though.

  6. Freak0nature says:

    Now how about the scar H and irnv scope?



Title: Absentee Staff Member About: Alex is a proud Rhodes Scholar currently living in his vehicle, a 1993 Toyota Camry, so that he may be closer to the rhode. As an avid cinemagoer, often he will go for six or seven hours at a time playing air hockey with unattended minors in the arcade without ever actually seeing a film, before returning home to his Camry. On weekends he dresses himself up as a Little Sister from his favourite video game BioShock before attending Bear and Twink Conventions in search of his Big Daddy. Currently runs the KBMOD YouTube Channel.

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