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Battlefield 3: Limited Edition (With Exclusive "Dog Tags" Download)

Released on 28 October 2011

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (27 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Battlefield 3 leaps ahead of the competition with the power of Frostbite 2, the next instalment of DICE's cutting-edge game engine. This state-of-the-art technology is the foundation on which Battlefield 3 is built, delivering superior visual quality, a grand sense of scale, massive destruction, dynamic audio and incredibly lifelike character animations. As bullets whiz by, walls crumble, and explosions throw you to the ground, the battlefield feels more alive and interactive than ever before.

In Battlefield 3, players step into the role of the elite U.S. Marines where they will experience heart-pounding single player missions and competitive multiplayer actions ranging across diverse locations from around the globe including Paris, Tehran and New York.
  • Pre-order Battlefield 3: Limited Edition from Play.com and receive a code to download ten exclusive dog tag designs with which to customise your soldier Dog tags in Battlefield 3 serve as your ingame signature, displayed on screen every time you defeat an enemy. You can also claim the dog tag of your enemies via skillful stealth knife takedowns. This pre-order exclusive pack gives you ten unique dog tag designs to complement the standard range in the game.
  • Battlefield 3: Limited Edition also includes the digital expansion pack "Battlefield 3: Back To Karkand". This themed multiplayer expansion pack includes the four legendary maps Strike at Karkand, Gulf of Oman, Sharqi Peninsula and Wake Island from Battlefield 2 - boldly re-imagined with Frostbite 2 physics, destruction and visuals. Completing the package are classic Battlefield 2 weapons and vehicles which can be brought back to your Battlefield 3 game, unique unlocks, new achievements/trophies, and more. The Battlefield 3: Limited Edition is available as a pre-order incentive and may not be available after launch.
  • Please be aware that bonus offer download codes are only available to customers purchasing directly from Play.com - we cannot supply you with download codes if you purchase through PlayTrade

  • Frostbite 2: Battlefield 3 introduces Frostbite 2, the incredible technology that takes animation, destruction, lighting, scale and audio to new heights. Built upon this powerful game engine, Battlefield 3 immerses players physically and emotionally to the world around them like never before.
  • Feel the battle: Feel the impact of bullets and explosions, drag your fallen comrades into safety, and mount your weapon on almost any part of the terrain. Battlefield 3's cutting edge animation, spectacular visuals and real as hell battle gameplay attack your senses and make you feel the visceral warriors experience like no other FPS.
  • Unparalleled vehicle warfare: The best online vehicle warfare experience gets even better with a fitting sonic boom as fighter jets headline impressive lineup of land, air and sea vehicles
  • Urban combat: Take the fight to iconic and unexpected places in the USA, Middle East, and Europe including claustrophobic streets, metropolitan downtowns, and open, vehicle-friendly landscapes as you fight your way through the war of tomorrow

customer Reviews

 Average rating (27 reviews)


| | See all Fewzzypop's reviews (20)

Great game but the maps arent classic BF, this is tunnels and bottlenecks, patches will make it even better though!
I didnt get my Dog Tags, did anyone else?

 Deeply flawed - needs fixing

| | See all BlackCatsFTM's reviews (5)

My PC is pretty high spec, runs everything great, except this.... First up terrible browser based 'battlelog' with Origin (think Steam but ten times worse) and horrendous loading times.

All of which would be forgiven if the game actually ran everytime but it fails half the time often after a long wait. It's shocking its not been sufficiently patched after all this time. I know several people who own this and ALL have the game crash at various stages.

When you do get in and its often less about the player than what kit they are using. The addition of prone means many maps become a campers dream with little of the flow of the previous version.

Many many other issues too many to list here but wish I'd waited till it was a fully patched polished (cheaper) product. But expect this review to vanish like many other not singing it's praises or critising Origin.

Will probably be great (Origin scanning your hard disk aside) in a few months but for now...

 Battlefield 3 + Frostbite 2 = The Best FPS Ever Made

| | See all TheNameIsJambo's reviews (4)

Well, I've been a fan of BF for quite some time now, and it started where every little boy starts off. The original Battlefield 1942. (Sorry folks, but, I missed out on Codename Eagle).

Instantly, from the get-go, BF1942 completely blew me away. The Refractor 2.0 engine was the 'next-best-thing' in gaming!

The sheer scope and intensity of the multiplayer was almost too much to behold. I was a massive fan of Counter Strike, but it really couldn't hold a candle against Battlefield. I couldn't believe what I was playing. I lost far too many hours to my youth playing that game.

Then they released expansion packs, Road to Rome, Secret Weapons of WWII, Battlefield Vietnam, Battlefield 2 + A million expansions for that, then, finally, they hit a peak with Battlefield 2142. The (modified) Refractor 2.0 engine was being pushed to the limits, it was getting old. I remember that 2142 looked fairly decent, especially considering the roots of the engine - Yes, the engine started out as 1.0 on Codename Eagle, but when boundaries are needing pushed, things just had to move on..

At a sullen E3, out of the shadows DICE cometh. They announce a new type of Battlefield, one where walls were no obstacle for the modern soldier. They announced BF: Bad Company and the new Frostbite Engine.

Crowds were in awe when the trailer was running, the comedy relief and the voice over was awesome, but all eyes were on the country-grown soldier, happily lobbing off M203 grenades and destroying buildings! DICE has made dreams come true and has given gamers the ability to fully destroy environments, on a massive scale.

The game could be turning to a wasteland around you, although, to your surprise it was always running smooth and allowing you to explore vast the environments, with a draw-distance that would make a flight simulator jealous! (I never got round to Battlefield Bad Company 2, or the Vietnam version, but they used an upgraded 'Frostbite 1.5' and it looked tremendous!) But that still wasn't good enough for DICE and DirectX 11 lay just around the corner, allowing developers to squeeze 30% more performance out of hardware; and introduce new visual technologies that haven't been tapped into fully.

DICE sat in their dark rooms, working away... In near silence.

Now, the wait is over. BF3 has hit the shelves, and Frostbite 2 has been unleashed with full DX11 support!

My first opinion of the game - Battlefield 3 has, honestly, taken gaming to the next level. I've never played a game with so much detail, so much immersion and such fluid gameplay. It really is the kind of game that all developers should aspire to making.

Everything in Battlefield 3 is designed to put you in the game. The distance cracking of gunfire, tracers chasing each other through the sky, bullets cracking against your cover, flashlights blinding you, jets screaming past overhead, explosions in the distance.... Every aspect of the game builds and builds into a massive crescendo, exploding all over you, just to just deliver one of the best and most refined gaming experiences ever made.

DICE & Battlefield 3 don't just let you play around in a battlefield...

They put you IN the battlefield!


| | See all Jokermarkel's reviews (1)

Proper good game to play with your mates, We started using skype to let each other take corners and covering each others backs, it makes such the different to play a little bit slower but tactical, VERY REAL! Graphics are awesome, well worth the money!!!!!


| | See all andybarrel's reviews (6)

iv been playing bf3 beta for a few days and i will say its very good. my spec is 2500k 4.3, 8gig ddr3, asus 560ti top oced and i can play with the settings on ultra at 1080p.the game looks and plays great now, so when the finished game comes out the end of the month its going to be even better.
any one with a 560 ti update it in your bios. it helps with the crashing on these cards. download the update from your card manufactor

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Rating16+ (PEGI)