Battlefield Play4Free

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Mon Dec 20, 2010 3:59 pm

  • Lol. Yeah u maybe right. :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
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Thu Dec 23, 2010 1:53 pm

  • It's literally Bf2 with way worse and choppier graphics. Customization is ok but you know, for a free game, its alright. I just played the beta.
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Thu Dec 23, 2010 6:32 pm

  • The game speed is what I like most about a shooter game.
    In the case of BF2 I always felt as though I was stuck in the mud.

    In BC2 it's fast and furious. The type of pace in a FPS that appeals to me.
    SOF2 was that way as well as UT and some of the others we experimented with for a while. So when BF2 just seemed so sluggish after having played the faster paced FPS games, it was a large let-down to my style of playing and I totally lost interest in it.

    So basically saying that I agree with XConMan in that the type of gameplay required some to get accustomed with.
    As long as BF3 continues in this direction and using this Engine, I am sure it will be great to play. But I am not going to bother with this "freebie" game.
    With Vietnam out along with the BC2 there is plenty of gaming to be had until BF3 hits the shelves.
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Fri Mar 04, 2011 1:24 am

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    PC Gamer reports that EA's upcoming free-to-play shooter Battlefield: Play4Free will go into open beta on Monday, April 4. For those that have already played Battlefield: Bad Company 1 or 2, the doors will swing open on March 31 as long as an EA account is still open. Fans who are currently following the game on Twitter and Facebook will get into the beta on April 2.

    In related news, Ben Cousins, general manager of EA's free-to-play studio Easy, told that the upcoming free-to-play Battlefield game only required 5 to 10-percent of the production and marketing budget that's needed to develop and promote Battlefield 3. In fact, the "lite" online-only shooter is a mixture of various parts from other Battlefield titles, consisting of weapons from Bad Company 2 and maps from Battlefield 2.

    According to Cousins, this mishmash of previous components was meant to make players feel "a comfortable familiarity." The byproduct of this plate of leftovers is that it kept the overall development costs low. It's a win for everyone.

    "We were constrained, but we weren't constrained by costs," Cousins said in an interview. "We were constrained by speed to market. We're paranoid - in this sort of business you have to be very paranoid. We wanted to get something out as fast as possible, so that's why we used those assets. But like I say, there's a reason for using those features which is giving people familiarity."

    Currently Battlefield: Play4Free is in closed beta. However, Cousins said that EA is already earning some of the money back thanks to the microtransaction system already up and running within the game. "We're already selling stuff and we're seeing the clothing items do really well," he admitted.

    "The key moment in our games, both Battlefield: Play4Free and Heroes, is the kill cam," Cousins added. "As you know, you get killed by someone and you see them straight afterwards. That's the moment when you can say - 'I killed you and I am a badass.' There's another element too, which is the forums. People love to show off their soldiers there - taking screenshots and making a signature."

    Battlefield: Play4Free will begin to roll out open beta access starting March 31.
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Fri Mar 04, 2011 2:09 am

  • Who do these fuckers think they are? No one says "I killed you and i am a badass.." When they see the stupid Kill Cam.

    How lame-ghey-tard.
    What REAL players say is "Thanks for NOob-tarding the game, you moronic fuckers, for having a KillCam so that the dweebs can figure out where I am when i shoot their asses.."
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Thu Mar 31, 2011 12:00 pm

  • don't know or anyone still play, but as i don't like it that much:

    i got some codes for veteran weapons that you can use 1 day
    ( pleas use them only if you really use them or someone else wo play whole day can't have it you know :))


    Code for Veteran's M24:ASRJ-RX6J-BPVQ-4DEQ
    Code for Veteran's M16A2:85M7-5CK4-6T8Y-HTWS
    Code for Veteran's PKM:EUWC-ETMG-WLHA-P2MF
    Code for Veteran's MP7:8G2N-X38D-CEY5-FFAX
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