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Battlefield 3
« on: July 31, 2010, 14: 55 »
Foi anunciado o Battlefield 3 embora não haja para já pormenores sobre o jogo...

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An invitation to beta test Battlefield 3 will be included in a Medal of Honor Limited Edition that will also include additional perks, announces Electronic Arts, the first overt confirmation of development of the next installment in DICE's military shooter series other than an offhand reference to investors by EA's John Pleasants and another comment by Fredrik Liliegren, co-founder and former CEO of DICE. EA Games and the Medal of Honor Website  have a bit more on the BF3 beta offer, which for some reason is contingent on the launch of testing within twelve months of the release of Medal of Honor, currently scheduled for Oct. 12, 2010 in North America and Oct. 15 in Europe. Here is the stipulation: "Beta offer is contingent on Beta availability within 12 months of Medal of Honor release. Beta will be available for a limited time only and offer expires upon close of Beta events. Participation in Beta requires acceptance of Beta Agreement. Must be 18+. Xbox GOLD membership required for Xbox users. Check this site for further details when available."

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2010, 19: 30 »
Espero bem k o medal of honor nao seja um basttlefield.....

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2010, 16: 44 »
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DICE designer Alan 'Demize99' Kertz talks about the effort they are putting into the PC port of Battlefield 3, the next installment in their military shooter sequel, showing a straightforward understanding of the concerns PC players have about consolization (thanks Ant via Planet Battlefield). Here's a bit:

    Consoles generally are less tolerant of overly complex interfaces. They have less buttons, you need more elegant interfaces. Deep systems work well though if they have a straight forward interface. The fun is not in figuring out how to use the system, it's in figuring out how to best use the system.

    PC players have their own set of requirements. They tend to play only on PC, and they know their PCs have capabilities beyond that of a console. The gap is narrowing, but PCs still have a clear advantage in memory. PC players also demand a PC interface, a server browser, and anything that feels like it might have been "ported" from a console is going to get flamed hard. They are more forgiving of complex systems and will tear any design down into its parts to really figure out how it works. It's a damn sight harder to please a PC player, they have higher expectations.

    It's too early to talk BF3 specifics. But it's never too early for me to acknowledge that PC players have a fear that BF3 will be "consolized." PC gaming is alive and well, BFBC2 has proven that and no one at DICE or EA can argue with the numbers. Battlefield 3 needs an extra bit of special attention on the PC. I intend to give it that attention, tradition and our community demand it.


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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #3 on: March 03, 2011, 22: 53 »
O início de uma nova geração de jogos...



Vai obrigar a concorrência a mexer-se... e bem!!

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #4 on: March 03, 2011, 23: 50 »
que jogo ! mal posso esperar !
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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #5 on: March 03, 2011, 23: 58 »
Tenho o 2 e adoru, qualquer dia compro o vietnam e claro que o 3 é compra certa quando sair.. Qual COD qual que

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #6 on: March 04, 2011, 13: 08 »
Não traz nada de novo...os que como alguns de vocês que não jogaram o Bad Company 2 é que podem estar admirados com estes gráficos e som...aindei eu aqui apregoar mas nada...deixem ficar pelos "joquinhos" e esperem então por mais este jogo...para mim ainda não comento até ver o multiplayer, pois este jogo sempre foi vocacionado para multi e não single, agora estão preocupados com o single, a ver vamos se não vão estragar um dos unicos jogos que balanceava as duas partes no multi, um FPS com parte de estratégia, andam preocupados com o COD...e espero que não sigam atrás disso...faz-me lembrao o OF..tentou ser um Fps puro e duro e saiu uma bosta...
Deixem vir o demo do multy e logo falamos, pois gráficos e som desse nivel já temos...

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #7 on: March 08, 2011, 18: 15 »


Mesmo com a fraca qualidade do video dá para ver a grande qualidade do motor!

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #8 on: March 08, 2011, 23: 30 »
Nada me surpreendeu...o que me surprende é que o BF sempre foi um jogo de multi e agora apenas falam no single...vamos ver a se não dá bronca

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #9 on: March 09, 2011, 11: 32 »
Não falam não...  podem ir até 256 jogadores!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.atomicmpc.com.au/Feature/250640,battlefield-3-interview---256-players-please.aspx

Patrick: -A lot of people ask us about 64 versus 128 or 256 players. Technically, we can go to 256, we’ve tried it. We play tested with 128. You’ve got to make a game that’s fun to play. And, arguably, we think that the most fun you can have is when it’s between 32 and 40 players. And we’ve done substantial research into this and tested 128 and that it’s not fun. Maybe we haven't done our design work good enough, but we just feel like there's no point in going higher than 64.

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #10 on: March 09, 2011, 20: 15 »
Não estás bem a par disto.A tecnologia pode permitir até 256 jogadores, mas a verdade é que não terá mais de 64, e mesmo isso é utopia, 32 seriam suficientes.Mas o máximo serão 64 jogadores.
Mas a questão mantem-se...nada de multi, nem uma foto, entendes?

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Re: Battlefield 3
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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #12 on: March 30, 2011, 22: 15 »

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #13 on: April 02, 2011, 21: 28 »
Quote from: __Battlefield 3 Release Date Possibly Outed
The biggest, most high-profile battle between two games will be this year’s Call of Duty and Battlefield 3. Electronic Arts had notified fans that the shooter would be releasing this fall; the same schedule period the new Call of Duty title is penned for a launch. Now a possible release date has been outed by EA.

The possible Battlefield 3 release date has supposedly been confirmed via the EA Download Manager as can be seen below. If the November 2nd release date turns out to be true, it will definitely clash with Call of Duty for the top shooter this holiday season.

Whatever the release date is, Battlefield 3 is shaping up to be on of 2011?s standout titles.

http://playstationlifestyle.net/2011/04/02/battlefield-3-release-date-possibly-outed/

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Re: Battlefield 3
« Reply #14 on: April 07, 2011, 18: 56 »
Battlefield 3 launching this November with a $100 million ad campaign

We’ve gotten some confirmation on the Battlefield 3 launch date, and a few more interesting tidbits regarding its marketing campaign.

EA CEO John Riccitiello spoke at an ad conference in New York, where he revealed that Battlefield 3 will launch this November, and will be paired with a $100 million marketing campaign from EA in order to fight off Activision’s Modern Warfare 3. Riccitiello specifically called out Modern Warfare 3, and noted: “This game [Battlefield 3, ed.] is designed to take down that game [Modern Warfare 3, ed.].”

It’s been speculated for a while that both Battlefield 3 and Modern Warfare 3 will launch during the hectic November month. Regarding Battlefield 3?s chances of topping the best-selling Call of Duty franchise, Webush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter has said that Battlefield 3 has no chance of topping Modern Warfare 3 this Fall.

How things play out this Fall is up in the air at the moment, as we’ve seen limited footage of Battlefield 3, and it’s only been the singleplayer part. On top of that, we’ve got no information on Modern Warfare 3 at all. One thing is certain: Activision and EA are gearing up for a big battle this Fall, and both are prepared to spend a lot of money marketing.