BF3 DLC contrast with Close Quarters / Armored Kill
It’s not easy trying to cater to every gamer although developers like DICE are trying to do their best with a range of Battlefield 3 DLC that caters to different gamers. If they space this BF3 DLC out too much then it could upset some people, although having upcoming expansions like Close Quarters and Armored Kill too close would cause problems for the developer.
Do you think DICE are doing the right thing with BF3′s Armored Kill and Close Quarters? Details have been revealed about these two downloadable content packs, which will see Close Quarters focused on infantry-only that should prove to be an experience perfect for showing Frostbite 2 at its best, although some gamers feel the lack of vehicles steps away from what they love about Battlefield 3.
This is where Armored Kill comes in and as you can tell by the name should give those vehicle lovers a lot of pleasure, especially considering you’ll get to experience new mobile artillery, ATV’s, tanks, and a lot more. The battlefield will also be perfect for these vehicles, which means a massive landscape to enjoy that promises to be the biggest map ever made for the franchise.
We love what DICE has done with some nice contrast and gamers don’t have to download the expansions if they don’t like either one of them, although it’s amazing that each DLC will focus on being more than just average, one being the almost perfect FPS experience on foot and the other massive with loads of vehicles. This could give some gamers an experience they hate and another that is the best ever felt, so in summary it’s going to be something to remember.
Battlefield 3 delivers a war-like experience MW3 gamers could only dream about, although this is just my opinion, but whatever you think of the upcoming DLC you could do a lot worse on other FPS games.
Will you be downloading both Battlefield 3 expansions when they land? You can read the full details on DICE’s website here. Early stats for Battlefield 3 Close Quarter Combat are very positive, and we’ll be sure to share findings once both DLC’s are released.