Next Battlefield 3 patch answers prayers
The Next Battlefield 3 patch will answer the prayers of those that want a fix to the MAV exploit, although not everyone hates it, and should enjoy it while they can. By now most BF3 fans should know what the MAV exploit is but for those who doesn’t know, you can ride on top of one and get yourself to safety – well if you pull the maneuver off correctly that is.
We know the exploit will be patched, but according to a recent article it’s uncertain if it will happen next month or after. Most gamers will be pleased, as it has spoilt the overall experience for those who would rather get down and dirty instead of bugging out of a situation or reaching areas of a map that are usually unreachable.
The MAV is meant to be a serious peace of hardware, as it allows team members to gather intel on enemy players, so the thought of it being abused in this way to carry ground forces to other areas of a map will annoy the hell out of those who would rather use the hardware for their intended purpose.
Having said that, there will be other gamers who would argue that getting rid of the glitch would be a mistake, as it adds to the experience. There’s also the matter of not taking MAVs to roadkill away, which to gamers in support of this will argue how can you separate one from the other? We would love to know where you stand on this matter?
This is yet another step DICE is going through to make Battlefield 3 a far better experience (that’s their words), so removing glitches like this along with the cheaters and we should have a much cleaner game. Some people believe if a glitch exists within a game then it’s fine to use it; just until it gets patched.
We know we cannot be certain if the BF3 February patch will resolve the MAV glitch, we do know there will be a number of other issues fixed, which you can read more about in our recent article.
Some gamers have been banned from taking advantage of such glitches, but should this be the case?