Battlefield 3 Catch-All

EriktheRed wrote:
Fedaykin98 wrote:

Ran - Does BF3 play well with AMD cards? I remember lots of people having issues in BC2.

I have a 570 in my new build and it is silky smooth.

My my 570 is playing this game like a champ. No complaints from me.

I'm EXTREMELY impressed with how well my new 570 performs and looks. I couldn't be happier.

Oh, so this is the "real" thread. It took me entirely too long to figure this out this morning.

10-4 over and out.

garion333 wrote:

10-4 over and out.

Be advised...

Played some last night with some fellow GWJ guys and really had a blast. Although my kill/death ratio is like 1/35 right now.

Any ideas on what the best class to play would be for someone who doesn't shoot very well? I want to spend the most amount of time in a class where the unlocks will fit my playstyle.

optimistic wrote:

Any ideas on what the best class to play would be for someone who doesn't shoot very well? I want to spend the most amount of time in a class where the unlocks will fit my playstyle.

I don't know about 'unlocks that fit your playstyle' since most of them will be guns that require shooting. Maybe support since you don't really have to be accurate to suppress.
Personally? I would recommend Assault. Your first rank unlock is a Shotgun. Equip that. Stick to your squad, but hang in the back guarding the rear. Make sure you do lots of spotting and dropping medpacks when you run into opposition.
Do that for a few rounds and you'll unlock the defib kit. And there's nothing more satisfying than providing your squad with a solid core.

optimistic wrote:

Played some last night with some fellow GWJ guys and really had a blast. Although my kill/death ratio is like 1/35 right now.

Any ideas on what the best class to play would be for someone who doesn't shoot very well? I want to spend the most amount of time in a class where the unlocks will fit my playstyle.

When playing the Beta, as Assault or Support, I'd drop a health pack or ammo crate almost immediately after spawning on a squad mate. Shortly after, I would toss my one grenade in the general direction of the enemy. Then, I'd die. Rinse and repeat but I always felt like I was providing some assistance to my squad.

This was, of course, on the meat grinder of a map Operation Metro. More open maps may lend themselves to a a more civilized play style.

Rezzy wrote:
optimistic wrote:

Any ideas on what the best class to play would be for someone who doesn't shoot very well? I want to spend the most amount of time in a class where the unlocks will fit my playstyle.

I don't know about 'unlocks that fit your playstyle' since most of them will be guns that require shooting. Maybe support since you don't really have to be accurate to suppress.
Personally? I would recommend Assault. Your first rank unlock is a Shotgun. Equip that. Stick to your squad, but hang in the back guarding the rear. Make sure you do lots of spotting and dropping medpacks when you run into opposition.
Do that for a few rounds and you'll unlock the defib kit. And there's nothing more satisfying than providing your squad with a solid core.

I'd advise against the shotgun for most of these bigger maps for somebody unsure of their shooting skills. Unless you're in medium to close range, you're going to die.

Maps like Metro in the tunnels can be very good for shotgunners, but mainly if you work the angles.

I think the thing to do to get into this game if your dying alot is to play that mid range player. Probably assault, support, or maybe even engie on a vehicle map. Stick with the squad, and your your abilities. Drop health, ammo, do revives, pop in and out of cover and shoot rockets at vehicles or clusters of enemies.

I think what got me going into BFBC2, especially on PC games with more players, was that I had a bad tendency to run out in the open after people WAY too much. Strategic and measured movement to the objectives is a main key to improving. If I'm dying a lot, it's generally because I'm running and gunning out of my skill range, instead of working the angles and supporting my team. If I slow down, I do better until I find the rhythm again.

Another option is to learn to be the vehicle support guy. You can do a lot of damage in a tank or a mobile AA. Again, controlled movement to keep your vehicle alive instead of running into a fatal fight.

I applied to the Goodjer platoon. Eventually, I'll get home to play this one!

Fedaykin98 wrote:

Ran - Does BF3 play well with AMD cards? I remember lots of people having issues in BC2.

I have a 570 in my new build and it is silky smooth.

Apparently roles have reversed this time around. I remember Wired cursing the gods until a patch was released for BC2 with his AMD.

Not seen much chatter about AMD issues with the game.

Tried playing on Ultra for awhile - I don't know if my 6770 can keep up. Just a little too much skipping around.

MudderFudder77 wrote:

Tried playing on Ultra for awhile - I don't know if my 6770 can keep up. Just a little too much skipping around.

One reason I fired up the SP last night was to see how performance was without any external factors like networking, however I think that MP is more demanding generally.

lostlobster wrote:

Hoping to get on tonight, but what with the baby refusing to sleep of late:

baby: waah! (meaning: my teeth hurt!)
me: go to sleep!
baby: waaaaah! (f*ck you! my teeth really hurt!)

the dirty looks I'd receive from Mrs. Lobster while trying to fire up the game while baby lobster screams are... prohibitive.

I know this is a bit off topic, but you could try rubbing whiskey on baby lobsters gums. Works a treat - natural anaesthetic and soporific. I did that when my daughter was teething, and found it to work without fail.

I am not a registered doctor.

I've had no issues at all on my new build, with an EVGA 570 classified, ultra looks amazing.

MannishBoy wrote:

I think the thing to do to get into this game if your dying alot is to play that mid range player. Probably assault, support, or maybe even engie on a vehicle map. Stick with the squad, and your your abilities. Drop health, ammo, do revives, pop in and out of cover and shoot rockets at vehicles or clusters of enemies.

I think what got me going into BFBC2, especially on PC games with more players, was that I had a bad tendency to run out in the open after people WAY too much. Strategic and measured movement to the objectives is a main key to improving.[b] If I'm dying a lot, it's generally because I'm running and gunning out of my skill range, instead of working the angles and supporting my team. If I slow down, I do better until I find the rhythm again.

Another option is to learn to be the vehicle support guy. You can do a lot of damage in a tank or a mobile AA. Again, controlled movement to keep your vehicle alive instead of running into a fatal fight.

All of this. The first thing I always have to remember is slow down. Running like a fool into a room in a game where it only takes a couple of rounds to put you down leads to too much time spent waiting to respawn.

To answer the question though - I'd play as either support or Engineer.

Nevermind.

I love this thing...

http://www.origin.com/us/change-id

If you guys are stuck with Origin names, there's that.

tagging - can't wait to get home to start playing this

stuhac wrote:
lostlobster wrote:

Hoping to get on tonight, but what with the baby refusing to sleep of late:

baby: waah! (meaning: my teeth hurt!)
me: go to sleep!
baby: waaaaah! (f*ck you! my teeth really hurt!)

the dirty looks I'd receive from Mrs. Lobster while trying to fire up the game while baby lobster screams are... prohibitive.

I know this is a bit off topic, but you could try rubbing whiskey on baby lobsters gums. Works a treat - natural anaesthetic and soporific. I did that when my daughter was teething, and found it to work without fail.

I am not a registered doctor.

what kind of doctor ARE you?

groan wrote:
stuhac wrote:
lostlobster wrote:

Hoping to get on tonight, but what with the baby refusing to sleep of late:

baby: waah! (meaning: my teeth hurt!)
me: go to sleep!
baby: waaaaah! (f*ck you! my teeth really hurt!)

the dirty looks I'd receive from Mrs. Lobster while trying to fire up the game while baby lobster screams are... prohibitive.

I know this is a bit off topic, but you could try rubbing whiskey on baby lobsters gums. Works a treat - natural anaesthetic and soporific. I did that when my daughter was teething, and found it to work without fail.

I am not a registered doctor.

what kind of doctor ARE you?

IMAGE(http://decenthospital.com/Deathsdoor_files/drunk.jpg)

Anyone running this on older hardware? I'm still packing a 3.0 dual core and GEforce 260 GTX. That config didn't handle BFBC2 particularly well (had to run on low settings for best performance) so I'm having trouble believing it'll handle BF3 at all... but I'm curious.

Jow wrote:

Anyone running this on older hardware? I'm still packing a 3.0 dual core and GEforce 260 GTX. That config didn't handle BFBC2 particularly well (had to run on low settings for best performance) so I'm having trouble believing it'll handle BF3 at all... but I'm curious.

Although not quite as old, I am running an E5200 Dual Core at 3.2ghz with 4GB of Ram, and a GTX 560 Ti. Runs everything High, no problems. Your vid card will be the holdup, but you should be fine on medium I would suspect.

KrazyTacoFO wrote:
groan wrote:
stuhac wrote:
lostlobster wrote:

Hoping to get on tonight, but what with the baby refusing to sleep of late:

baby: waah! (meaning: my teeth hurt!)
me: go to sleep!
baby: waaaaah! (f*ck you! my teeth really hurt!)

the dirty looks I'd receive from Mrs. Lobster while trying to fire up the game while baby lobster screams are... prohibitive.

I know this is a bit off topic, but you could try rubbing whiskey on baby lobsters gums. Works a treat - natural anaesthetic and soporific. I did that when my daughter was teething, and found it to work without fail.

I am not a registered doctor.

what kind of doctor ARE you?

IMAGE(http://decenthospital.com/Deathsdoor_files/drunk.jpg)

hahaha!

The whiskey idea is an intriguing one, but he's also got a bad cold which is contributing to his being such a jerk at night. So selfish with all the crying. And now the 4.5 year-old has the cold as well. Maybe everyone in the house needs whiskey. Might be worth a try.

But I did pick up my copy of the game. So, one step closer to playing.

El-Producto wrote:
Jow wrote:

Anyone running this on older hardware? I'm still packing a 3.0 dual core and GEforce 260 GTX. That config didn't handle BFBC2 particularly well (had to run on low settings for best performance) so I'm having trouble believing it'll handle BF3 at all... but I'm curious.

Although not quite as old, I am running an E5200 Dual Core at 3.2ghz with 4GB of Ram, and a GTX 560 Ti. Runs everything High, no problems. Your vid card will be the holdup, but you should be fine on medium I would suspect.

BF3 seems to need less CPU than BFBC2. There isn't quite as much destruction. I actually think it runs better than BFBC2 and I just did a system update a few months ago. While it may take more horsepower, everything seems much smoother.

Tagging the new thread. I'll be here in my ghillie suit, back at base, doing absolutely nothing.

Applied to the 360 Platoon as well; nice job(s) on the logo(s) everyone.

I'll be on by 5:30 EST tonight, to shoot fools in the face.

groan wrote:

what kind of doctor ARE you?

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My 6950 is chugging along beautifully.

Forgot to mention that this is going to be the longest 4 hours of the year.

KrazyTacoFO wrote:
groan wrote:
stuhac wrote:
lostlobster wrote:

Hoping to get on tonight, but what with the baby refusing to sleep of late:

baby: waah! (meaning: my teeth hurt!)
me: go to sleep!
baby: waaaaah! (f*ck you! my teeth really hurt!)

the dirty looks I'd receive from Mrs. Lobster while trying to fire up the game while baby lobster screams are... prohibitive.

I know this is a bit off topic, but you could try rubbing whiskey on baby lobsters gums. Works a treat - natural anaesthetic and soporific. I did that when my daughter was teething, and found it to work without fail.

I am not a registered doctor.

what kind of doctor ARE you?

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