EA has released a four page Battlefield 3 multiplayer fact sheet, listing all sorts of interesting facts pertaining to weapons, accessories, equipment, specializations, vehicles, and more. It also states the game will contain nine multiplayer maps, six gameplay modes, and the previously mentioned dogtags and medals which are numbered at over 350 and 100, respectively. It’s a grad fact sheet, and one which you will want to look over. You can do so over on Battlefield3gamer, through here, here, here and here. BF3 is out in October for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. Check out gamescom screens and the 64-player MP video for it here. Thanks, ShiroGamer.
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