Battlefield 3: Multiplayer Brilliance, Amazing Graphics

Battlefield 3 dropped last week, promising a strong single-player campaign, an impressive new graphics engine, and up to 64-person multiplayer mayhem on huge maps. Despite a rough few days post-launch, the game delivers much of the multiplayer goodness that it promised, with a strong emphasis on team dynamics and an experience system that rewards both focusing on a particular class and learning the capabilities of all four. We dig into the game's extensive online goodness, however, we also deal with its tedious, flawed, and boring single-player missions...

Battlefield 3: Multiplayer Brilliance, Amazing Graphics


Via:  HotHardware

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