DICE lists changes and improvements coming to Battlefield 3 after fan feedback on beta

Posted By | On 01st, Oct. 2011 Under News


The multiplayer beta of Battlefield 3 is up and running, and people have been giving their feedback on it. DICE has taken all that into consideration and listed a number of changes that they will make to the game itself, after having taken all feedback into consideration. The full list can be found on the Battlefield 3 forums, but here’s a shorter, more concise list that lists all the major, big changes (thanks, Battlefield Blog!):

  • Fixed occasional client crash when reviving.
  • Fixed killcam showing glitched area under map if your killer is dead.
  • Issue with spawning on dead squad mates fixed.
  • Fixed a bug where shooting at a moving enemy could cause more than the intended amount of damage.
  • Crosshairs for shotguns have been replaced with a new, thinner, art.
  • A subtle low health screen effect has been added.
  • Tweaked scores of Medals and Service Stars.
  • Tweaked the Rank progression.
  • Pushing prone on console will not play the animation twice.
  • Fixed loss of Squad Leader after EOR at some times.
  • Framerate stability fixes.
  • The 3D spotting icons has been tweaked to better match the target’s visibility. Icons will show frequently less on mostly obscured targets.
  • Fixed issue with crosshair disappearing after round transition.
  • Fixed issue with crosshair disappearing after trying to deploy while the countdown timer still active.
  • Squad list now shows specializations chosen, VOIP activity and dead squad mates.
  • Non working options in squad menu fixed: “Private” flag and “Switch Teams”.
You can read out impressions of the beta here. Our author Kartik thought that there were ” a lot of glitches and other technical issues in the beta” and that “hopefully DICE can fix all of them.” However, he did say that “Battlefield 3 is shaping up to be one of the best FPS games ever made.” You can read the entire preview through the link.

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