The Battlefield games look incredibly realistic, but that doesn’t mean everything in the games is 100 percent accurate. For example, the Stingers in Battlefield 3. Take note should you ever make propaganda!
Battlefield 3 players have been running into some renewed performance issues as of late, ones that are related to the 2011 shooter's third-party anti-cheating software.
Forget shooting. One of the most interesting aspects of Battlefield—aside from the incredible large scale moments you can experience while playing—are all the curious easter eggs and alternate reality games that players keep finding.
Who would have thought that the most dramatic screenshot from Battlefield 3 would not show any snipers, tanks or brilliant teamwork, but dancing... with a broken ankle? I didn't see this one coming.
This is how shooter montages should be made! The slow pace, the dramatic approach and the proper choice of music set this Battlefield 3 clip by jackfrag way above those boring skill-focused montages.
In South Korea, the trailer for suspense flick The Terror Live is being called a Battlefield 3 rip off.
Battlefield 3 moment of zen. Those vehicles are stuck, and the flag is still untouched. At least for a brief moment, the game mikeyteh was in had a monstrous ramp that I really hope someone hit with the dirtbike.
Whether it's StarCraft II, Grand Theft Auto IV, or Battlefield 3, seems like the possibilities for something unexpected and funny to happen in games are unlimited. And one of the best ways to share that moment is through an animated GIF.
The Internet is a funny place. Do pretty much anything, and someone, somewhere is going to turn it into an animated GIF. Because there is a law written somewhere that pretty much legally binds us all to this rule.
Sure, you could opt to use an aircraft's weapons when in an aircraft. Or, you can use the altitude to your advantage as a sniper, as sSantzuu does here in Battlefield 3. One of these options is more impressive, if not more dangerous than the other!
Battlefield players have found all sorts of awe-inspiring ways to do stunts with dirt bikes. But this one takes the cake when it comes to how much air the player grabs, not to mention the rather dramatic ending.
If you register a copy of SimCity by March 25, you get a free copy of one of eight PC games from EA's catalog, including Mass Effect 3 and Battlefield 3.
Cutting to the chase, you throw a bunch of C4 on it, obviously.
You know what every first-person shooter needs? I mean, besides guns? Dirt bikes. And every other high-speed vehicle imaginable. Because if shooting a helicopter down with an RPG is fun, it's even more fun when doing so while also riding a dirt bike.
First we found a futuristic easter egg in Battlefield 3's End Game DLC. Now we have something a bit more...prehistoric.
1) I sure wish that a game like Battlefield 3 or any other online shooter could be as fun for neophytes like me as it appears in this trailer for the final expansion to Battlefield 3, but I'm sure I'd just die a lot if I tried to hop in and play.
Straight from DICE's workshop, here's Battlefield 3's freshest DLC, End Game. BF3's fifth expansion sees the return of two classic game modes—Capture the Flag and Air Superiority—and also introduces the dirt bike for some high-speed bazooka-wielding truck-shooting action. Check out the trailer above for a glimpse…