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Battlefield 3 Back to Karkand - Gulf of Oman gameplay, combat vehicles revealed

Back to Karkand - Gulf of Oman gameplay video teases combat vehicles, short of OMG

| Gaming News | Posted: Nov 29, 2011 3:19 am

Psst. Come over here. Yeah, over here. I have a secret - I'm secretly addicted to Battlefield 3. I don't play it often, but a few hours here and there and I'm on level 20. I don't want to thrash into it, I've had a few things happen lately that takes my time away from it. But, today brings a new gameplay video of Battlefield 3's expansion pack - Back to Karkand.

 

 

The map displayed is Gulf of Oman and features combat vehicles that you'll be able to control in the game. Three of the vehicles are from Battlefield 2 and those vehicles are: STOVL fighter jet, desert buggy (woo!), and one of the APC's.

 

Back to Karkand Lead Designer Niklas Fegraeus says:

 

I wanted to complement what we already have in the base game, plus I wanted to bring back some of the classic vehicles from Battlefield 2 that we know players loved, such as the Short Take-Off/Vertical Landing fighter jet and the desert buggy. In today's trailer, you can also get a first glimpse of a hitherto unannounced fourth vehicle bound to strike fear into the very hearts of the enemy. See if you can spot it!

 

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I've also got to say it, but holy hell does the "enhanced destruction" look impressive. Very impressive.

NEWS SOURCES:Blogs.battlefield.ea.com

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