Articles tagged with: Battlefield
With Battlefield 4 being the worst kept secret since the reveal of the PlayStation Vita, it’s no surprise that more information has come to light.
This seems to be intentional but this may be another case of a retailer jumping the gun on announcements which seems to happen more often than not.
News of Battlefield 4′s existence has been around since it was announced that players who pre-ordered Medal of Honor: Warfighter would gain access to its beta, but the game has been mostly kept under wraps until recently. Now, EA have revealed its first gameplay trailer, and it clocks in at a whopping 17 minutes!
So, you’ve downloaded the YouTube app for PS3, Vita, and smart phones. But do you know what the top five awesome video game inspired videos are?
Electronic Arts has announced Battlefield 3: Premium Edition, as part of the publisher’s Gamescom press conference earlier today. Intended for new players, it will include a copy of the game plus a subscription to Battlefield Premium and a few extra goodies.
Those who pre-order the upcoming Medal of Honor Warfighter Limited Edition will also gain access to an exclusive Battlefield 4 beta, EA announced today.
While this is the first official announcement of Battlefield 4, don’t expect the game anytime soon. The beta is scheduled for fall 2013, nearly a year after Medal of Honor Warfighter’s October release date. Still, is it worth the pre-order knowing that you’ll have first access when the beta does come out?
Looking for an XP boost in Battlefield 3 online? Drop all your Father’s Day plans and jump into the fray throughout the weekend for double your XP, starting now. Battlefield 3 players have not seen too many double XP weekends, so this comes as a pleasant surprise. Will this be enough to change your Father’s Day plans?
Not to be upstaged by Sony and Ubisoft, Electronic Arts has also had a strong showing at this year’s E3, as the likes of Dead Space 3, Need for Speed: Most Wanted and Crysis 3 are sure to excite gamers.
Our only complaint is that all of the games shown were sequels to existing franchises. Everyone loves a good sequel, but it would have been nice to see EA show off some new interlectual property. Well, that or Mirror’s Edge 2.
But we digress; on with the trailers…
YouTube has played host, literally, to many very entertaining shows. Battlefield Friends is a relatively new video series aimed to poke a bit of fun at Battlefield 3 online with each of their videos. The newest of which sheds some light on the reality of playing on a privately rented Battlefield 3 server and the admins who play god.
New Battlefield 3 expansions are preparing for battle on your PlayStation 3, beginning with Close Quarters this June. Where the Back to Karkand expansion introduced new players to old maps, Close Quarters will drop players into four new fully destructible maps with 10 new weapons to unlock. Are you prepared for some close quarters combat?
Dear friends of PS3 Attitude,
Do you hear that sound? It’s the sound of PS3 games being unwrapped in houses across the world. People are waking up to Modern Warfare 3, Battlefield 3, Uncharted 3 and other things with 3 in the title. Some are even finally joining the club by getting their first PS3.
It’s also the sound of Team Attitude shouting out a loud and cheerful merry Christmas to our many friends out there. You all know who you are and we hope you are all having a tip-top day.
News of near perfect (sometimes perfect) Uncharted 3 and Battlefield 3 scores has exploded across the internet today. The high ratings follow on from the incredible critical success of Batman: Arkham City last week. But which do the critics love most?
The Battlefield 3 launch trailer shows off Frostbyte 2′s superior ability to create impressive visuals, animations, tactical destruction, sound and scale.
That is, however, all stuff that we’ve seen before in previous trailers and gameplay footage. What makes this trailer interesting though is that it reveals fresh details about the singleplayer campaign.
EA has released a batch of new screens from the single-player campaign of Battlefield 3, and they really showcase the capabilities of the Frostbite 2 engine.
Be sure to click through the images at full screen to see them in all their glory.
The Battlefield 3 beta has officially commenced and to help spread the word of its envisioned dominance EA have called upon the talents of the one, the only, the Hova, Jay-Z.
On the first day of Eurogamer Expo 2011, thousands of gamers packed into Earls Court to sample the biggest upcoming games and listen to some of the biggest developers in the world. We were only able to see a glimpse of what the expo has to offer but we did get some time with PS Vita, Battlefield 3 and Uncharted 3.
Here are some thoughts from today’s conferences.
Electronic Arts today officially extended its gilded hand to the masses anxious to get their hands on the publisher’s AAA shooter, Battlefield 3.
Any and all PSN users will be able to get a taste of Battlefield 3 before month’s end via an open beta.
With the war between EA’s Battlefield 3 and Activision’s Modern Warfare 3 breathing down our proverbial necks EA has hand-picked a set of screenshots to remind us all just how effin’ good Battlefield 3 looks, because it’s never too early to propagandize.
Check out this feast of trailers from EA at Gamescom 2011. Mass Effect 3, Battlefield 3, SSX and FIFA 12 are the highlights, but we also have trailers for Kingdoms of Amalur: The Reckoning, Need for Speed: The Run and NHL 12, not to mention the first footage of FIFA Street 4.
EA’s Gamescom 2011 presentation is set to be one of the highlights of this year’s event, and you can watch the action unfold live on the EA website.