Battlefield.com now offers a new trailer from Battlefield 3: Close Quarters showing more of the intense combat from the upcoming add-on for the military shooter sequel. The clip shows off destructible environments, loads of combat, and some sort of magic golden rainbow.
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Agent.X7 wrote on Apr 26, 2012, 18:50: I may be in the minority, but I like it. Can't wait for it to release.
I agree, looks like a lot of fun.
I don't understand why BF3 having the best of both worlds (open/close quarters) is a bad thing.
Most of the open maps aren't very good in BF3, they had to port BF2 ones just to get something people liked. More infantry maps that are like call of duty just encourages more of the same, dice even said that in a blog post. Do people even like these maps or do they like how quickly their score goes up in small, railed maps with firing lanes so narrow it would take a moron to miss? Thats why Metro is the most played map, it's not because the shooting is so great on it or it offers such a strategic experience.
It's bad because casual gamers who want small maps and simplistic gameplay will turn this franchise into just another fps game. Sure that looks cinematic and I'm sure I could have fun fragging for a bit but Battlefield was always about a level of gameplay above casual FPS stuff.