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战地风云3
BF3 box art
开发商

DICE
EA Black Box[1]
Criterion Games[1]
Visceral Games[1]
EA Tiburon[1]
Danger Close Games[1]

出版商

Electronic Arts

引擎

Frostbite 2

发行平台

NA October 25, 2011[2]
RoW October 27, 2011[3]
UK October 28, 2011[4]

游戏种类

第一人称射击

游戏类别

Single-player, multiplayer (Xbox Live, PlayStation Network), Cooperative

评级

ACB: MA15+[5]
ESRB: M
PEGI: 16
BBFC: 18

平台

Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo 3DS,[6] iOS

媒体

Blu-ray Disc, DVD, Digital Download

输入方法

Gamepad, Keyboard, Mouse, Joystick

"有史以来最好的战地游戏"
— DICE
战地风云3(也称为战地3),是战地系列中第十二部,由DICE开发。这是战地风云2的正统续作,游戏于2011年10月25日[2] 在PC、Xbox360、PS3平台正式发售。[7]

此游戏的续作战地风云4于2013年10月29日由EA和DICE开发与发布。

成就与奖杯

主条目: Battlefield 3 Achievements and Trophies


概览

BF3 dogfight looks like they got one

Jet combat in Battlefield 3

战地3包括单人模式、合作模式和类似于经典之作战地风云2的多人游戏模式。飞机作为可飞行载具回归,沿倾向作为一种有效的姿态。PC版本是能够支持64个玩家同时在多人,不过主机平台只能支持多达24名玩家,这导致地图面积缩小。[8] 本作使用一个全新的引擎,命名为寒霜2,继承叛逆连队系列的寒霜引擎。[7]
BF3 Not Built To Last

Destruction with the new Frostbite 2 engine, seen in a Paris street

该引擎采用了Destruction 3技术,允许更大范围的破坏物体和其他建筑,并拥有更为现实的破坏。音频是另一个重点,例如让玩家知道一个坦克是向他们靠近还是远离,又或者是爬坡时遇到了麻烦。


Battlefield 3/Singleplayer

Co-op Campaign

The mode supports two players online (no split screen play), spans six missions, and is a standalone section, separate from the single player game. The missions revolve around minor operations by marines of Snake 6-6 as they encounter the PLR. Missions include ground, air vehicle, as well as tight urban arid warfare, causing players to work together to complete objectives.[9] It is through this that players will eventually unlocked weapons for multiplayer.

BF3 Soldier

A US Marine with an M16

Co-op gameplay debuted at EA's Gamescom 2011 Conference. It featured DICE general manager Karl Magnus-Troedsson and EA Games executive vice president Patrick Soderlund demoing the mission Exfiltration. The gameplay showcased the new thermal weapons, smarter A.I., teammate reviving, and spot mechanic from Bad Company 2.

David Spinnier, lead co-op designer stated that the levels have randomized elements that change each time a co-op level is played, making it a different experience every time. He also said that the missions will be shorter, to aid replayability.[10]

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Battlefield 3/Multiplayer

Downloadable Content

Battlefield 3 features many downloadable content in the form of promotional offers, short cuts, expansions, etc.

Exclusive Pre-orders

Players who pre-ordered the Battlefield 3 Limited Edition from worldwide select retailers[11] got exclusive access to eight multiplayer dog-tags and SPECACT skins. They were released on the PlayStation store on January 16, 2012 in a bundle for $2.99 or 240 Microsoft points and were released a week later to the Xbox LIVE Marketplace.

Promotional Offers

Many Battlefield 3 Promotional Offers were given out following the game's release that gave players specialized dog-tags for use. They were used to promote upcoming games and movies as well being rewards for the community completing challenges set by DICE.

Vehicle and Weapon Shortcut Packs

On March 30, 2012, along with the 1.04 update, DICE released 10 Kit Shortcut packs for weapons and vehicles. They unlock all: weapons, attachments, gadgets, and vehicle perks.

Physical Warfare Pack

The Battlefield 3: Physical Warfare Pack is a weapons pack available to anyone who pre-ordered Battlefield 3 Limited Edition from select retailers. It was later made free on the PlayStation Store on December 15 and later for the Xbox 360 and PC on December 20.

Back to Karkand

Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand is available for free to anyone who preordered the game. It is a multiplayer expansion based on Battlefield 2. It was released on December 6, 2011.

Close Quarters

On March 7, 2012, Battlefield 3: Close Quarters was announced to be released in June which would then be followed up by two other map packs. It was released on June 4, 2012 for Premium Members.

Armored Kill

On March 7, 2012, Battlefield 3: Armored Kill was announced along with two other expansions. It was released on September 4, 2012 for PS3 Premium Members.

Aftermath

On May 30, 2012, Battlefield 3: Aftermath was revealed through a leaked fact sheet pertaining to Battlefield Premium. It was officially revealed to be released before End Game at the EA Press Conference in December 2012 at E3 2012. It was released on November 27, 2012 for PS3 Premium Members.

End Game

Battlefield 3's fifth expansion pack, Battlefield 3: End Game was announced on March 7, 2012 and was released a year later on March 5, 2013 for PS3 Premium Members.

Battlefield Premium

Battlefield Premium was revealed on May 30, 2012 through a leaked fact sheet. The package was revealed to be released on June 4, 2012 for a onetime cost of US$49.99/£39.99/€49.99/AU$79.99.

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Novel

The novelization of the game, Battlefield 3: The Russian, written by respected author Andy McNab, takes place in the same universe as the game. Despite this, there are noticeable differences in the story, as well as mainly depicting the events via Dimitri "Dima" Mayakovsky's perspective, in contrast to Henry Blackburn's point of view mainly used in the game, hence the title.

Soundtrack

主条目: Battlefield 3 Soundtrack

Development

Battlefield 3 was revealed on February 4, 2011 with a teaser trailer called My Life, and was the cover story of the March 2011 issue of GameInformer.[12] The game was first showcased on March 1, 2011 during GDC 2011, which revealed unedited gameplay for the first time. DICE announced shortly after that the development of the PC versions of Battlefield 1943 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2's Onslaught were cancelled to concentrate on the development of Battlefield 3, stating it would be their biggest Battlefield release yet.[13]

The developers had recorded real life sounds of vehicles and weapons from a military training exercise with their goal being to create "cleaner and brighter audio."[14] As stated by Thomas Danko, voice over producer at DICE: "No FPS ever had this large amount of VO variations for Multi Play, not even close. Over 300 for the "Man down" event alone." [15]

Beta

An Open Beta for Battlefield 3, announced at E3 2011, ran across the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC starting September 29, 2011 and ending October 10, 2011. The maps featured were Operation Métro and gamemode Rush (the same as in the Alpha trial), and Caspian Border in 64-player Conquest gamemode (PC only). DICE, during the announcement of the Beta, stated that there would be no level or unlock cap in the Beta, allowing players to unlock any weapon in the game.

Owners of Medal of Honor: Limited Edition and Medal of Honor: Tier 1 Edition, as well customers who pre-ordered Battlefield 3 on EA's Origin service, got 48-hour early access to the beta. This early access was originally intended to be a closed beta for owners of the special editions of Medal of Honor, although for an unknown reason this was changed to the early access.

Marketing

BF3 LOGO ICON

The logo for Battlefield 3, as shown on all the trailers to-date

In a similar fashion to Battlefield: Bad Company and Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Battlefield 3 was heavily marketed since it's official announcement, thanks to a marketing budget of nearly US$200 million from owner Electronic Arts.

The first set of trailers after the Teaser Trailer was the introduction of the Fault Line series, starting with the Battlefield 3: Gameplay Trailer and ending with the full twelve minute Battlefield 3: Fault Line Gameplay Trailer, as well as a developer commentary by Patrick Bach and being the setting of the Battlefield 3: My Life Trailer, which has commonly been shown as a TV advert during popular TV events such as the FA Cup final in the United Kingdom.

During E3 2011, the Thunder Run trailer was unveiled, alongside two gameplay trailers set on the multiplayer map Operation Métro. Following the huge success of the three trailers after E3, a new trailer, the Caspian Border gameplay trailer, was released after being shown at Gamescom 2011, showcasing jet and vehicle gameplay.

In late September 2011, during the build-up to the Open Beta, a new trailer, set to the rap song "99 Problems" by artist Jay-Z, was revealed to be a new TV ad. The final three trailers for the game were released in the week before its release - a multiplayer trailer, a story trailer, and a live-action/gameplay trailer - each being well received by the gaming community. In the live-action/gameplay trailer, a new tagline was introduced - "Is it real? Or is it Battlefield 3?"

Criticism

The marketing from certain senior EA executives and staff hasn't been met without some criticism. A number of high-level EA staff began attacking main rivals Activision and, in particular, the Call of Duty series, saying, on several occasions, that Battlefield 3 would soundly defeat the Call of Duty franchise, or words to that effect.

However, Activision employees, including publishing boss Eric Hirshberg, responded negatively to these statements, saying EA's attitude was bad for the industry as a whole.[16]

PS3 Owners vs EA Lawsuit

At Sony's E3 2011 press conference, EA announced that for all PlayStation 3 players, each new copy of Battlefield 3 would come with a free code of Battlefield 1943. This resulted in many to buy/pre-order the game, greatly boosting the game's overall sales. It was later revealed that EA and DICE had decided to retract their offer, stating that many of those who had pre-ordered Battlefield 3 already owned Battlefield 1943 and had been playing it for years.

To compensate for this, EA and Sony announced that all PSN users would get a week early access to Back to Karkand. In spite of this, several PlayStation 3 owners filed a class action lawsuit against EA. Edelson McGuire, head of the group, alleged that EA ”misled and profited from thousands of their customers by making a promise that they could not keep". EA has since apologized for this and later issued codes for PS3 users to download Battlefield 1943 (now expired) in response to the lawsuit, and also kept the one-week early access deal for not only Back to Karkand but all future expansions for the game as well.

Special Editions

Limited Edition

BF3 LE PC
  • Battlefield 3
  • Back to Karkand Expansion
  • Early access to Mass Effect 3 demo

Digital Limited Edition

BF3 Premium Edition

Gamestop Limited Edition

Premium Edition

Controversy

Premium Edition released almost a year after the initial release of the game which sparked controversy similar to the ultimate edition of Battlefield: Bad Company 2. It allows for players to purchase previous content in the game for a much lower price making other players feel cheated.

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Reception

Battlefield 3 has received mostly positive reviews from critics at launch.

  • The game currently holds scores in Metacritic of 89,[17] 85[18] and 84[19] for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, respectively.
  • It also holds scores in GameRankings of 86.82%[20] for PC, 84.71%[21] for PlayStation 3 and 84.80%[22] for Xbox 360. Critics praised the game's nice graphics, realistic audio and enjoyable multiplayer. It was criticized, however for its many bugs, glitches, and boring singleplayer campaign. DICE moved quickly, however, and the game is now practically bug-free.
  • GameSpot gave the game an 8.5 out of 10,[23] saying that "Battlefield 3 may not offer much beyond the multiplayer, but there are so many ways to contribute and feel like a powerful soldier that after hours and hours of playing, all you'll want to do is play more."
  • IGN gave the game a 9 out of 10,[24] saying that "Regardless of the narrative missteps or the occasional glitches, Battlefield 3 offers an unforgettable, world-class multiplayer suite that's sure to excite shooter fans, whether they fired their first bullet in Battlefield 1942 or have just now heeded Battlefield's call of duty."
  • GameSpy gave the game a perfect score of 5 out of 5 stars,[25] saying that "It would be a shame for such an amazing interactive entertainment experience to be marred by technical issues. In the long run, though, it won't matter, because once players step out of that troop carrier and see the sun shining in their eyes like never before -- once they see the light -- they'll understand what a special game Battlefield 3 is."

Trivia

  • An article on Kotaku states that the single-player campaign was inspired by multiple war movies such as Generation Kill, The Hurt Locker, Black Hawk Down, and the television series 24. It is also said that there is a focus on the campaign's characters' (including the player's) personalities and dialog. Additionally, the date of 2014 was chosen to not politicize the story.
  • The Marine on the cover of Battlefield 3 is portrayed by Dennis Lennartsson, who also portrayed the U.S. Army soldier on Bad Company 2's cover art.
  • One lighting probe from Frostbite 2's lighting system contains more lighting information than an entire level from Bad Company 2.
  • This is the first non-EA Sports game to utilize ANT, an animation program that powers EA games like FIFA, to create realistic third person animations and smoother transitions for AI and multiplayer characters.
  • Sounds such as weapons firing is unique in different environments, angles, and distances.
  • A developer's console is present.
  • "Fault Line Series - Episode 1: Bad Part of Town" was released the morning of March 2, 2011; 1 day after a reveal event by EA and DICE showcasing 15 minutes of gameplay.[17]
  • Unlike previous installments, weapon reloading differs when a changed magazine is empty or when it still has rounds in it.
  • When Battlefield 3 got 800,000 likes on Facebook, the 12 minute, full-length trailer originally supposed to be uploaded on April 17 was released early. The producer's commentary was released on April 22.
  • According to a GamersSpot article, the dinosaur at the beginning of the E3 demo and Thunder Run trailer was placed in response to a 4chan thread in which a supposed Activision sales manager wondered why their Call of Duty game didn't sell as well on PC as it did on consoles, with several responses saying it was due to a lack of dinosaurs.[26] Gustav Halling, a gameplay designer for Back to Karkand, tweeted about it.[27]
  • A tweet by senior gameplay designer Alan Kertz stated the detail in the shell casings are different based on US and RU weapons. He later tweeted that shotguns and personal defense weapons would be all-kit weapons.[28]
  • Vaulting, and the player being able to see their own legs and arms, was inspired by Mirror's Edge, a game that was also developed by DICE
  • On the back of the online pass in the Battlefield 3 case, there was a possible teaser for a new Medal of Honor game. This was later revealed to be Medal of Honor: Warfighter.
  • Battlefield 3 is considered illegal to own or sell in Iran due to the game's portrayal of U.S. forces invading the country, though, even with the ban, it is still a very popular game with many Iranians.
  • On April 2012, Tomas Danko, the voiceover producer for Battlefield 3, hinted of an easter egg that could only be heard when a player on the US side has spotted a mobile AA vehicle from a certain distance.
  • The easter egg was finally found on July 2013 by a YouTube commentator named "JackFrags", who took a set of audio files containing:
    vo_us_mp_comrose_spotted_dave_r # # #.wav
    The audio files refer to an enemy "Goldfarb" being spotted. This is a reference to a former DICE employee named David Goldfarb, who was the story writer for Battlefield 3.[30]

Videos

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References

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  2. 2.0 2.1 EA Press Conference at E3 2011, retrieved June 6, 2011
  3. French Battlefield 3 wesbite - retrieved 24th October 2011
  4. GAME.co.uk - retrieved September 11, 2011
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  7. 7.0 7.1 Battlefield 3 ships Fall 2011 -- includes jets, prone and 64 player multiplayer! - Battlefield Blog - retrieved February 4, 2011
  8. Battlefield 3 PC will handle 40 more players than on consoles. New features revealed. | PC Gamer - retrieved March 7, 2011
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  10. Battleblog #7: Battlefield 3 introduces themed co-op campaign - retrieved August 20, 2011
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  13. Looking ahead - Battlefield: Bad Company - Battlefield Blog - retrieved February 4, 2011
  14. War Tapes: The Sounds Of Battlefield 3 - Features - www.GameInformer.com - retrieved March 25, 2011
  15. Twitter / @Tomas Danko: @F2CMaDMaXX No FPS ever ha ... - retrieved June 1, 2011
  16. http://www.computerandvideogames.com/316028/activision-slams-eas-call-of-duty-mudslinging/ - retrieved October 25, 2011
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  30. Battlefield 3 GOLDFARB - New Easter Egg! - YouTube - retrieved July 18, 2013

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