EA has now officially confirmed about the soft launch of the Battlefield Heroes. It means that the publisher is considering this game to be feature complete and at the same time there will be no critical changes made to the gameplay mechanics.
This game has been in development for quite some time. Earlier version was also enjoyable. EA is trying to keep offering content for this title through regular updates and also getting money from the project via microtransactions.
This game is easy to download and also to easy to play. It is accessible to all players, whether they are experienced with shooter and online titles or not. The visuals of the game are also stylized.
In the game there are also customizable classes, which will allow players to take on various roles in a team, and vehicles to use, from planes to tanks.
The team of Battlefield Heroes is seen to be really excited in announcing that the number of signups for their upcoming Beta phase had reached more than one lakh and three thousand. That too only in fifteen days. This means that there are close to seven thousand signups in a day, close to three hundred signups in one hour. Sounds something great for the Heroes team.
The Beta has started on 11 Feb. Those who have a Beta key from the earlier phase need not to sign up again. New mails has also been sent to all the signups with guidelines and instructions about the Battlefield Heroes.
Beta is the pre-version of a launch. Before launching it to open public a Beta version is launched to check whether every thing is going fine with the game. It is something like a rehearsal for the launch.
6th of May EA and DICE, the Swedish counterparts, released the closed beta of Battlefield Heroes. The closed beta feedback also included information that were concerning about how RAM Hungry the game was. It also welcomed reports of various bugs and faults.
Now the EA is claiming that they have fixed the problem related to further beta releases. They will be releasing the open beta very soon.
The first scandal was when the server crashed while people tried to obtain a select number of closed beta keys. As an aftermath the players had to solve the riddles to obtain keys. Disputes erupted over the riddles release times. The website managers failed to open up to the fans waiting for the information on the website.
However, it is a good sign of bad publicity that too many players rushed to get closed beta keys. This proves to be the future success of the game.
Many are expecting the release within the next 3-4 months and always checking the official website for any sign of release dates.
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So what does EA/DICE plan on doing with BFBC for the PC? Are they really going to leave the PC gamers out in the rain with no Bad Company? What do the PC gamers get for their years of loyalty? Is “Battlefield Heros” our big reward? Really?
I find it amazing that BFBC won’t be released on the PC. The only thing I hear that’s coming out for the PC is Battlefield Heros, and judging by the looks of it, it’s nothing I’m going to be interested in playing. It looks like something a church would have for youth group, or something a family sits down to play after a nice day at church. Where the hell is our(PCers) Battlefield game?
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