Browsing tag: Capture the Flag

Advanced Warfare Multiplayer Factions are Atlas and Sentinel, Capture the Flag Returns News 73

News 73 You can tell Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare developer Sledgehammer Games is itching to show off the game’s highly anticipated competitive multiplayer. It’s why you play Call of Duty after all, right? We still don’t have a lot to go off of, other than a few words from co-studio head Michael Condrey who said “the Advanced […]

Battlefield 3: End Game – A Homage To Classic Battlefield Games, Interview With DICE Producer Craig Mcleod News 33

News 33 Bringing back two very classic game modes, Battlefield 3’s fifth and final expansion, End Game, is, in more ways than one, a homage to older Battlefield titles. From the original Battlefield 1942, DICE is bringing back a staple game mode featured in almost all first-person shooters: Capture the Flag. Producer Craig Mcloed explains the significance […]

Battlefield 3: End Game – Capture the Flag Is Fast and Furious News 16

News 16 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 […]

Battlefield 3: End Game Maps Inspired by Four Seasons, More on Dropship and AA Vehicles News 28

News 28 There’s quite a bit to look forward to this march with Battlefield 3’s final expansion, End Game. Just recently, we learned the Air Superiority game mode would be joining the re-introduction of Capture the Flag (originally seen in Battlefield 1942) which would star the fast and furious motor-bike as a brand new vehicular addition to […]

Common Enemies: Why We Need Co-op News 6

News 6 I’m a co-op gamer. It’s in my blood. Some of my earliest and best gaming memories include fighting my way through TMNT: Turtles in Time with an elementary classmate, and staying up late on weekend nights playing through the Beavis and Butthead game on the SNES with my best friend Jack. Although I can appreciate […]

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