Posted by Raine Hutchens on Nov 21, 2011

Battlefield 3 On PC Getting ‘Significant’ Patch

Battlefield 3 owners on the PC will be in luck this week as DICE has promised a “significant” patch coming to the game. This patch is supposed to add stability, weapon balance, and more that the fan community has asked for. There has been a lot of feedback on the game since it released last month, and the developers are working hard to address all player issues.

On DICE’s official blog, the developer stated, “Plus we’re removing the so called ‘negative mouse acceleration’ that some of you have experienced.” It’s also very likely that the patch will address the annoying tactical light issue that has been plaguing the game, and bothering players.

Patches for the console versions of the game are also in the works, but as usual, they take longer. No specific day was given for the rollout, but the patch should be hitting at some point during this week.

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Raine comes from the mystical land of Indiana. Introduced to tabletop gaming at a young age, he quickly picked up video games and developed a passion for all things gaming. Raine has been writing all his life, and finally put that skill to use when he gained the opportunity to follow his passion with GamerFront in 2010. Raine’s Twitter can be found here.

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