Articles tagged with: Battlefield
When you play Battlefield 3 later this year, admire the soldiers’ realistic movements, and then acknowledge the FIFA development team for helping DICE to implement this superb animation technology. However, whatever you do, don’t suggest that EA Sports designed the animations for Battlefield 3.
Battlefield 3 looks mind-bogglingly good on a high spec PC. We’re not foolish. We know our PS3 version won’t look as nice. However, some have got twitchy of late because EA has kept console footage away from the public gaze. The people have asked, “will the console versions look decidedly average?”
There’s no doubt that when Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 hits shelves this fall it’s going to be big, regardless of how good the game is. It’s a title that overshadows all others, save for one; Battlefield 3.
Since its release of the Fault Line video series, EA has been pushing Battlefield 3 as the number one contender against Activision’s golden child. With stunning graphics and immersive gameplay, can the Battlefield series overthrow the king?
At this year’s E3, 46,800 industry professionals, journalists, retailers and analysts arrived in LA to experience the videogame industry’s biggest event of the year, and with over 200 exhibitors promoting their latest games and hardware, this year was arguably the biggest ever.
We cannot offer you a complete guide to E3 2011 (that would require writing a book), but we can give you this neat list featuring 10 thing that caught our attention during this year’s show. We had great games and impressive hardware on show and a lot of stuff happening in-between. Enjoy.
We all know Battlefield 3 will look and play great. It’s not news, so EA had no right to stun us as much as they did with their trailers at E3.
EA has released a new trailer for Battlefield 3 entitled “My Life”. In it, we see actual game footage, much like the three Fault Line videos that have previously been posted. As a matter of …
In Battlefield 3 gamers may at long last have a shooter that can rival the Call of Duty franchise. Scheduled for release this autumn, Battlefield 3 aims to take strip the FPS giant of its title as top shooter.
Whether or not the game will be able to achieve such a lofty goal remains to be seen but these screenshots show us that it will definitely be formidable aesthetically.
EA has released the first in a series of Battlefield 3 gameplay videos that follow Staff Sgt. Blackburn and his team of U.S. Marines into the bad part of town.
Titled Fault Line, we finally get a real good look at the gameplay rather than the quick glimpses we saw in the teaser trailer. War is never a pretty sight, and it appears these new videos will capture that essence.
The first-person shooter genre is one of the most dominant of this generation. The success of Call of Duty alone is staggering. Back in late December, Activision announced that Black Ops had surpassed $1bn in sales and that over 600m hours had been logged playing the game. The game is still topping the charts today. Call of Duty isn’t the only franchise flying the flag for first-person shooters either; there is also much fanfare for Killzone, Battlefield, Medal of Honor and Resistance, to name just a few of the big hitters.
Recently we were given a brief glimpse at Battlefield 3 via a short trailer. In that trailer we saw a lot of tanks, helicopters and text but unfortunately no gameplay.
In the latest trailer we see flickers of gameplay intertwined with a shaky video feed and the same rather cinematic presentation featured in the previous trailer. Smash cuts abound.
It’s been a month of drinking, eating, and spending time with loved ones, and a month for announcements – big announcements. The following games were unveiled: Uncharted 3, The Elder Scrolls V, Mass Effect 3, SSX Deadly Descents, and a new Tomb Raider; it is a very impressive list. We also learned more about some of 2011’s most exciting games: Homefront, DiRT 3, L.A. Noire, Batman: Arkham City, Resistance 3 and Bulletstorm.
There weren’t many new releases, but the Vietnam expansion pack for Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was a highlight. We also got some demos – and yes, a demo can be a highlight, but only just. Here is the re-cap of the month…
Selecting a game of the year is rarely easy, and it has been no different this year.
The Vietnam expansion pack for Battlefield: Bad Company 2 will be launching tomorrow. It includes four new 60s-Vietnam-inspired maps (and an unlockable fifth), a massive soundtrack, and a ton of new weapons and vehicles for you to cause mayhem. It is an essential purchase for Battlefield fans.
Looking forward to equipping a flame-thrower in the new Bad Company 2 Vietnam expansion pack? We know we are. We went hands-on recently and shared our views with you, and you appeared to like the sound of it. Well, now we can bring you gameplay footage, so you can now see for yourself just how much fun these new maps are.
We have lots of exciting Bad Company 2 news to share with you. First of all, VIP Map Pack 7 – which includes four new maps – is now live and ready for you to play, and, secondly, we finally have a fixed date and price for the Vietnam expansion pack. We think it’s time we dusted off our copies, and got warring again.
Fans of Battlefied: Bad Company 2, look this way and watch a new Developer Video for the upcoming expansion pack to the popular multiplayer segment: Vietnam.
“I love the smell of napalm in the morning. It smells of… victory.” You didn’t expect us to write this article without the obligatory reference to a Vietnam-set Hollywood film, did you? You …
Aside from the Medal of Honor video we just showed you, another piece of news that flew under the radar last week is a new trailer for the Vietnam expansion of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 that’s coming this winter. Jump in to see it.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.