Take a glimpse at BF3: Endgame’s new maps in this trailer

Battlefield 3: Endgame

By on March 1, 2013 at 4:13 pm

We’ve already seen the hi-res screenshots of Endgame’s four new maps, but have we seen them… in action? No, we haven’t — well, unless you count seeing them in the background of this CTF reveal video. Anyway, the point is: here is a new video, and it’s snazzy as hell. Take a look below and see why Battlefield 3 is still one of the best-looking games around.

Source: VG247

3 comments (Leave your own)

I tell you one thing, it’s nice to see a game that can re-create realistic looking and beautiful environments to play in, without the need for them to be always semi-ruined. I like how in BF3, in a lot of cases, YOU ruin the environment with your battles, rather than them always coming pre-ruined – aka practically every modern Call of Duty map in existence.

While those maps are obviously on familiar tilesets etc, they look pretty damned enticing to get in and start fighting – IMO.

 

New maps will be good.
I’d like to say “I cant wait for them” but that might be pushing it.

 

Still haven’t seen them in action…

 
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