Battlefield 3: DICE to Provide Console Players a Means to Customize Specs
Gamers who really want to know which platform is best for them don’t just play using one type of platform. So, if you have tried Battlefield 3 on both PC and consoles, then you know that there is a difference in graphics quality, map size, and peripheral support. The PC reigns supreme in all those given points. However, there is a way in which you can enjoy the same quality of features even when you are using consoles. You can make use of custom servers.
According to Karl-Magnus Troedsson, DICE CEO at GDC, current Battlefield players using consoles can no customize their servers to get the exact settings that are compatible to the way they play. This feature has been around for the PC version for awhile now but is just being introduced to the console. DICE is pretty much excited about this endeavour. Unfortunately, those who are playing Battlefield 3 in consoles in South Africa may have problems getting the feature. The feature requires active, local servers. The said territory still does not have such servers. DICE does have some good news for local Battlefield 3 players. It will be delivering three fresh expansions to the FPS title soon. These expansions are not just map packs, either. So, keep a close watch for new details. Patrick Bach of DICE said that they are providing players with a wholly unique experience to ensure that the action remains fresh. This time around, the developer is not just releasing another map pack. It will be releasing exciting expansions that will affect the gameplay and keep things dynamic. DICE plans to make Battlefield gameplay as unpredictable as possible and to hopefully recruit and engage new players.
Are you a console player? If so, are you excited about the recent Battlefield 3 developments? Are you now listing your preferred specs?