Battlefield 3: End Game – Capture the Flag Is Fast and Furious

As many of you already know, DICE will be re-introducing Capture the Flag, a classic game mode once featured in Battlefield: 1942, and will be translating it over to Battlefield 3 via the latest expansion, End Game.

In a recent developer blog, DICE detailed exactly how this iteration of CTF will work. One of the biggest differences from other games that becomes apparent right away is the inclusion of the new motor-bike vehicle. Obviously, the motor-bike will bring a different dynamic to the gameplay, giving players a choice between a fast but lightly armored getaway versus a slower but more heavily armored getaway.

The concept is fairly simple: capture the enemy flag and bring it back to your base. But players need to remember that the enemy is trying to do the same. If your flag is no longer at your base when trying to return the enemy flag, you’re not allowed to score.

DICE explains that “Capturing a flag is instantaneous. Just run over it to snatch it, then make it back home to score. Recovering your own flag that an enemy has dropped is not so simple, though. Rather, it is similar to how you would capture a base in Conquest. There’s a timer ticking down once you are within capture radius, and the time it takes to recover the flag is directly affected by how many friendly soldiers you have in the flag’s capture radius. Once it’s recovered, it will be automatically placed back home in your base again.”

Once you’ve captured the enemy flag, it’s carried on the back of your infantry soldier or attached to your vehicle,” as demonstrated by this guy below:

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“This is how we do it in America.”

Are you excited to try your hand at the Battlefield 3 version of Capture the Flag?

Battlefield 3: End Game drops this March, two weeks early for Battlefield 3 Premium members and first for PlayStation 3 users.

  • Hozer

    Well I just hope as a server admin you can setup a time limit and set the number of flag to be caped per game

  • kyuubi_clone

    can’t wait. testing this has been great. can’t wait for release day to play with my buddies!!

    • Brian Anthony

      How did you get to test it? I would love the opportunity to do that…

      • DoucheJackson

        If you have to ask you dont need to know.

  • Jason

    Should be Fun, Cant wait!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002367454310 Jonathan Stoffregen

    MERICA! :P

    • COOLguy

      u forgot the apostrophe

      • http://twitter.com/PSNHotwire Hot-Wire

        and beer… and hookers… and more ‘mmmmmmerrrrica.

  • BrokenThinker

    What I like about the DLC, is that I paid for it ages ago, so It’s like getting free stuff!

    • http://twitter.com/PSNHotwire Hot-Wire

      Agreed lol

  • DoucheJackson

    “This is how we do it in America.” Is that supposed to be funny or witty if so I dont get it. Moronic.

    • http://www.facebook.com/sirAEsir Gregg Alexander Dariano

      Considering it’s a Russian carrying the flag to his base, I too find it kinda dumb.

  • http://twitter.com/FirePower564 Cole.

    Still think those images are alborz mountain without snow. Anyone else?

  • MasonMei

    Well i wonder how they deal with the ‘flow’ of the flag on the back of the motorbike. If it’s dynamic that would be freaking awesome

  • Guest

    I enjoy this game so much I bought it for PC to now. Honestly, it’s hard to imagine enjoying a game more. I look forward to BF4 simply for more maps and modes. Improved graphics and Next Gen console will be great, but I’ll but no matter what. And I’ve never been as happy with DLC as I have been with Premium. I just would’ve liked to see a themed one like Vietnam on BC2.

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