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DICE Entertains Discussion Of Battlefield 3 Dinosaur DLC

Posted on Thursday, June 14 @ 10:24:39 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack

Sometimes the best ideas are the craziest ones, and having dinosaurs in Battlefield 3 is a prime example. Prior to the game's release forums were ablaze around the net discussing how cool it would be to add some massive terrestrial vertebrates to the mix. But the movement never got traction. Well, until now.

A Twitter post was made by Battlefield 3's Community Manager in response to a fan question regarding dinosaur DLC, and he certainly engaged the fanbase. The Tweet states:

@zamielk No, at this time there is no word on a dinosaur DLC. Would you like one? And if so, would it be humans vs. dinosaurs? ^KB

This obviously prompted an explosion on the net with thousands of fans sharing both their excitement and ideas. It didn't take long for the Community Manager to see one of the discussion threads on Reddit, and the following post was the result:
Glad to see the enthusiasm.

Really, though, if this is something you guys want the best way to go about it is to try to get #BF3Dinos off the ground on Twitter.

If that shit trends it's pretty hard to ignore.
The only thing standing in the way of Battlefield and dinosaurs are two DLC packs that are scheduled to release this year. Realistically, if there's enough feedback to prompt development of something so radical it won't be out until next year, but that's better than nothing.

Stay tuned for a confirmation of Tyrannosaurus Warfare Pack—or whatever it'll be called—and until then be sure to share your feedback, DICE appears to be listening to it.
Related Games:   Battlefield 3
Tags:   Battlefield, DICE


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