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06-22-2011, 11:25 AM
Welcome to HackHunters BattleField 3 dedicated board.

Feel free to add any and all content regarding this game.


This game looks epic enhancing on so many levels our game play experience...

Check out this video and note the ability to view inside your tank, total control of vehicles and an overall intense experience... it's looking epic.

Take a look at the terrain, it's high detailed and expansive, part of the Frostbite 2 engine capabilities.

Battlefield 3 Gameplay (E3) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbvAqe6NmGE#ws)

Love the scene where you see your gunner loading a round.


New character animations to complete a more immersive experience... Battlefield 3 is expanding on our gaming experience... enjoy.

Destructible environments!
Yes you can lay down to shoot!
You can Fly!
Those rounds are arcing due to gravity!

and don't forget to appreciate the sound levels on BF3, they're massive!

New Battlefield 3 Gameplayscenes [Destruction, Animations, Environments] (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBUHRMEJ1gY#ws)

06-22-2011, 11:37 AM
Preorder the Limited Edition to get 'Back to Karkand' expansion pack at no extra charge.

Basically they've taken the most favorite maps from Battlefield 2 and updated them for this special map pack with the new Frostbite 2 engine.

Battlefield 3 - Back to Karkand PWNED Special (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tJijqizxfs#ws)

06-23-2011, 10:57 PM
Below Article Courtesy Of Gameinformer

Battlefield 3 Looks Gorgeous, Multiplayer Beta Announced

At EA's press conference, DICE showed off the superior power of Battlefield 3's Frostbite engine, announced a window for the multiplayer beta, and took a jab at Activision's Call Of Duty: Elite pay service.

After seeing the live demo for Battlefield 3, it's no surprise that EA chose to end its press conference with DICE's upcoming shooter. Before starting the demo, the DICE rep showed off some of the advancements of the Frostbite 2.0 engine. The improvements include better animation (which is particularly evident in player transitions), better destruction (the video showed teaser clips of entire buildings crumbling to pieces), a larger sense of scale, and improved rendering (I'm still not convinced that the smoke animations are being handled in real time; they're gorgeous). Oh yeah, the audio is improved too, but DICE is already the king in the sound department, so that shouldn't come as a surprise.

DICE also took the time to mention its new Battlelog initiative, a set of social and stat-tracking tools that will be available online to Battlefield 3 players. The DICE rep stated with a smile that all of Battlelog's options, which include finding online opponents, managing friends lists, and following your stats and achievements in real time, will be available to players free of charge -- a clear shot across the bow at Activision's recently announced pay service, Call Of Duty: Elite. Whether the two services will truly be comparable remains to be seen, but DICE has always been generous with the amount of statistics it offers players.

As for the actual demo, most of it took place inside of a tank rolling across a desert that appeared to be larger than anything I've seen in a Battlefield game yet. Although the tank's HUD will look familiar to Bad Company 2 players, the demo sold the sense of the player actually being inside of a tank: Several times the player transitioned between different cameras attached to the turret and an overhead drone, and looked on as another passenger loaded giant shells into the barrel. The demo ended in a shower of explosions, and it's not an exaggeration to say that they were the prettiest explosions I've ever seen in a video game.

If you can't wait to play the game for yourself, the demo also revealed that the multiplayer beta will be available across multiple platforms starting in September; the game is scheduled to be released on October 25. We'll be bringing you more on Battlefield 3 when we get some hands-on time with the game later this week.

A little better then a Nov. release date.
I pre-ordered this the day they started accepting Pre-Orders and I cant Wait!

08-07-2011, 01:01 PM
Sorry to be off topic but do we have any access or tools for BF4Free?I'm new here and I play mostly BF4 and AA.

08-07-2011, 01:17 PM
No problem crazycanuck4

I don't think BF4Free is PunkBuster enabled. We support games that are fps'ers and are PunkBuster protected as then we can actually make a contribution to stopping cheaters, i.e., submit screen shots, demo recordings and the like.

But, if you do research for us on the AntiCheat measures for BF4Free we can make a post about it in our Battlefield board, to help others searching for answers.