Battlefield 3’s multiplayer is phenomenal on any platform that you decide to pick it up on. The large scale battles and epic sized maps really force you to work well with your team and strategize in order to win these fast paced battles.
Yes, Battlefield 3 had a rough start (server issues) at launch but all was forgiven when we were able to play. So what makes this patch so special? It will probably fix everything that PC gamers have been having issues with since the game launched.
“You’ll see improved polish, stability, weapons balancing, squad control functionality, user interface enhancements, and several feature enhancements that address feedback the community has provided to date—plus we’re removing the so called ‘negative mouse acceleration’ that some of you have experienced.”
The patch is expected to appear this week and the consoles will receive theirs after they go through Microsoft’s and Sony’s certification process. Along with that some even better news came from Battlefield 3’s core gameplay designer via Twitter. He tweeted an image that showed the tactical light “weapon” having a nerf to it’s range and potency. The image has been placed below so you can see how drastic the change is. Hopefully it makes it’s way onto the patch.