Battlefield 3 Dog tags personal “calling card” players

April 18th, 2014
by andrzej

 

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Dog Tags is a cool element of variety to the game on the network in the Battlefield series – players can collect them, “breaking” them from the bodies of dead enemies. As disclosed by the creator of the cycle in the coming Battlefieldzie 3 they pass significant changes – will present not only the name of the dead, but his stats.   In the latest entry on the official blog series Alan Ketz, a senior multiplayer designer in the studio DICE, revealed that in Battlefield 3 Dog Tags are specific business card players. We will be able to choose their appearance and the fact that statistics are presented.

In Battlefield 3 dog tags go beyond the mere showing name [player]. We have hundreds of versions that can be your showcase. Every time you kill an enemy, they will see your dog tag. It’s your business card – a place where you can brag; Dynamic dog tags can show how good you are at using a knife fighter, present even your personal style of play.

 

Changes will occur also in the process of gaining dog tags from the bodies of our victims. To them “break”, will have to be a brutal blow to kill an enemy with a knife, overlapping him from behind, not giving up when it detected. Such attacks have a look “great” – mainly thanks to the animation-inspired series of FIFA.

Posted in Dog tags Battlefield | Comments (2)

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