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Battlefield 3 – MAV Exploit to To Be Patched, Missing B2K Vehicles

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Battlefield 3 – MAV Exploit to To Be Patched, Missing B2K Vehicles

Post by LUMPY SICK on Sat Jan 28, 2012 3:51 am

Battlefield 3′s Gameplay Designers, Gustav Halling and Alan Kertz
talk MAV exploits and the differences between BF2 versions of the Back
to Karkand Maps and their BF3 counter-parts.

Gustav Halling
was recently asked if the rather goofy MAV exploit has been patched
yet. For those who don’t know, the MAV exploit, which has given rise to hilarious videos like this,
allows players to ride on top of it to lift themselves to generally
unreachable areas of any given map. Halling responded, “not yet, will be
fixed in next [patch],” confirming that it will, indeed, be patched.
Hopefully, this fix will be included in the long awaited February patch. No more free rides for you recon players, it seems.

Recently, Alan Kertz
spoke of some of the differences of the Battlefield 2 versions of the
Back to Karkand maps and their Battlefield 3 remakes. He was asked why
some vehicles did not appear on these new maps as they did in
Battlefield 2. For example, Gulf of Oman is missing Transport
Helicopters on the Russian side, while there is also a missing Humvee on
Strike at Karkand and Sharqi Peninsula. Kertz explained, “we made some
tweaks to update the maps for BF3, some of the original designs don’t
directly translate,” meaning certain decisions had to be made in regards
to the similarity of vehicle layouts.

Speaking of Battlefield 2, check out this awesome remake of BF2′s intro in BF3′s Frostbite 2 engine.

We’d like to hear from you. Do you feel the generally harmless MAV
exploit should be patched? Battlefield 2 vets, do you prefer the newer
versions of these Back to Karkand maps, or do you miss the classic
layouts? Let us know in the comments below!
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