Battlefield 3 to implement new 'Matches' feature
New gameplay feature will allow players to coordinate competitive multiplayer sessions with friends and squad members, as well as create, control, and track online play.
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EA has revealed it will be implementing a new "Matches" feature in Battlefield 3.
The feature will let players coordinate competitive multiplayer sessions by selecting the time, server, game settings, and roster.
Players must be actively renting a dedicated server in order to coordinate matches, which can be done for the PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 through Battlelog. EA has also stated that matches will be customizable with a list of settings that includes friendly fire, 3D spotting, squad-leader spawning, kill cam, health regeneration, and weapon unlocks.
Before the match begins, players will be able to engage in a warm-up phase where no kills or points are counted. After the match, players can review the number of rounds played, maps used, etc. on Battlelog.
EA has not yet announced a release date for the "Matches" feature.
For more on Battlefield 3, check out GameSpot's review.
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