Battlefield 3: On Being Compared To Call Of Duty And More Info
Ever since 2011 came over, one game that is infesting people’s minds is Battlefield 3. So in order to satisfy your gaming thirst we have some tid bits that will leave you satisfied. In an interesting interview with Deltagamer, DICE Community Manager, Daniel Matros reveals talks about being compared to Call of Duty and differences between Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 3.
On being compared to Call of Duty:
“The competition will always be out there no matter what industry you are in. Pitting games against each other has always been there ever since the Quakedays.”
“Just because we’re in competition with each other doesn’t mean that we don’t exchange words or e-mails. We usually do talk over Skype, Twitter or other social networking sites and stay in touch just to show our personal and professional support. I think the recognition of having a fellow way across the globe acknowledging what you’re doing is great!”
Battlefield 3’s multiplayer is awesome:
Yes I have seen it, yes it’s awesome and no there is nothing new for me to tell you yet. We need to watch out for revealing things that won’t make the final cut which is why the information flow is slow at the moment.
Differences between Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 3:
The Bad Company series was based around four characters that were out on a big adventure as if it was a road movie with memorable Hollywood quotes. In BF3, things have changed. It´s no longer centered around these four people since it´s a different game and the tone has been set to more serious than ever in a Battlefield game.
Classes, vehicles and weapons:
“Our philosophy regarding weapons, vehicles and classes in the Battlefield series has always been about “countering” what the other person is equipped with or what vehicle he/she is using. An engineer takes out a tank and while doing so, the player dies on the Battlefield. A medic quickly rushes to his help together with an Assault soldier that covers his back while a Sniper spots both of them and drops a mortar strike. A chain of events triggered by multiple choices in-game has been very well represented over the years. I can´t give you any details right now to any specifics but I can tell you that there won´t be less than in our previous games.”
What are your thoughts? Judging by these quotes, Battlefield 3 will be one game that we will be keeping our eyes peeled at.
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