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Battlefield 3 Battlelog Battleblog

Battleblog #3 on the Battlefield Blog takes a look at the Battlelog, one of the social aspects of Battlefield 3, DICE's upcoming military shooter sequel. Here's a bit:

Never go into battle alone again thanks to the powerful new community features of Battlelog, Battlefield 3’s unique no-cost social network. “We want to make Battlefield 3 a more social gaming experience and it all starts with Battlelog,” says Fredrik Loving, Battlelog Producer at DICE. “We are changing how you communicate, play, compete and share content with their friends, extending the in-game experience to be accessible from your home computer, on your handheld devices while commuting, or wherever you may be." And that’s what DICE set out to do.

With Battlelog, players will be able to build a network of friends, communicate with other gamers, and compare their Battlefield stats with friends and foes alike. It brings all of the social aspects of Battlefield into a single location, allowing you to coordinate any action at the push of a button and get into the game as easily as possible. What’s the cost for Battlelog? Nothing. It’s absolutely free.

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18. Re: Battlefield 3 Battlelog Battleblog Jul 21, 2011, 21:53 Krovven
 
Teddy wrote on Jul 21, 2011, 21:05:
Yes, how dare a paying customer be offended at the sheer lack of attention and information provided about the product he purchased.

You bought the game. Mod tools are a bonus, nobody expected them and they certainly didn't owe them to anyone, considering we havent seen CoD mod tools in quite awhile.

If you bought a game based on a "promise", that's your mistake. People around here will laugh at you for that and probably refer you to Valve & Left 4 Dead "promises". You dont buy products based on "promises", you will lose almost every time.

The mod tools aren't getting some big fanfaire because they are unsupported. Free content made from this is technically going to compete with their own map packs and I'm surprised Activision even allowed this considering how they have been about this for years.

But at this point, you are just simply being an ass because you were wrong and got called on it.

What really sucks is that I hate Activision and I dont like the CoD franchise much in general, but here im defending them over your stupidity.

 
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