The Battlelog has been a very successful aspect to the Battlefield 3 experience, which has also seen a few updates since the latest patches. However, many are still wondering whether or not it will ever make it to mobile devices. Thankfully, DICE has stated that the “iOS will see it soon. Android, Blackberry, and Windows may see it yet in the future.” A little ambiguous about the last three devices, but at least iOS users may get their hands on an app soon.
DICE has also recently responded to some new issues that Battlefield 3 players are experiencing after the latest PS3 patch. However, this particular issue doesn’t really present itself as a “problem,” fortunately. Strangely, some fans have reported that after the patch, all co-op weapons were automatically unlocked. Responding to fans asking whether or not this was intentional, DICE states, “unfortunately not. This is a bug and we’re aware of the issue. Thanks for your report!” Whether players who have unlocked these weapons through the patch will get them taken away or not is still unclear.
Tomas Danko, Voice-Over Producer at DICE, has revealed some new features that may be included in the next PC patch. (If you missed what was included the previous one, check out the patch notes here.) Some fans have been asking if it will ever be possible to be able to hear CommoRose commands over the radio, just like in Battlefield 2. Danko responded saying, “you might like the upcoming patch.” This obviously isn’t an official statement from DICE, but it seems pretty safe to assume that PC players will soon be able to enjoy barking commands over the radio.
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