Caspian Border opens up for BF3 PC owners ahead of closing beta

By Johnny Cullen, Friday, 7 October 2011 11:37 GMT

DICE has confirmed it’s to re-open servers for Caspian Border for the PC version of the Battlefield 3 beta for this weekend ahead of the trial closing this weekend. The re-opening is so that, according to BF’s US community manager, DICE can be “stress testing our servers.” The 64-player map, which also has jets and vehicles – the whole shebang, previously opened up last week as part of a short trial on it. Caspian reopens later today.

BF3 releases on October 28 in Europe for PS3, 360 and PC.

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