Posted on March 30, 2012 AT 07:35am
THE BUZZ: DICE has asked the Battlefield 3 community to continue giving their feedback on the latest patch, so it can continue to make changes if needed.
“We’ve been getting a lot of feedback, questions and suggestions on the latest patch and we are very thankful for your time and effort to play through and evaluate our work,” explained Battlefield global community manager Daniel Matros. ”Of course your feedback is something we are looking at and right now we are reproducing a lot of issues that have been reported to us. With your increasing suggestions and feedback we can evaluate what changes can go into the next update and also what fits best for a great Battlefield experience.”
“So in short, keep sending us your feedback, it’s very valuable :).”
The massive Battlefield 3 patch is currently live on PlayStation 3 and PC, and news on the Xbox 360 release is due soon.
EGM’s TAKE: In order to keep Battlefield 3 fair and balanced, DICE needs constant feedback from the community, they can only gather so much from their own data alone. If enough people have an issue with something then changes will certainly be made. The last thing the team wants to do is anger fans. So if you have an issue with something in the latest patch be sure to let them know.
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