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Has anyone else noticed that the early videos of BF3 showed a skyscraper toppling over onto a little bird, and that scene never happened anywhere in the game? Unless I missed it...

That was part of the SP campaign if I am not mistaken. The mission when you get hit by an earthquake.
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They definitely were "ready" because the very first videos of BF3 showed footage of the later DLCs -____- (such as the earthquakes).

Has anyone else noticed that the early videos of BF3 showed a skyscraper toppling over onto a little bird, and that scene never happened anywhere in the game? Unless I missed it...

Its near the start of the SP
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^ I do remember it now doh.gif
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The cutscene of a toppling building.
we never got to see that in actual gameplay or multiplayer.

oh wait "its too complicated and difficult to run on existing hardware" - DICE.
Or so they would say.
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I will most likely pre-order the game tonight. tongue.gif
    
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I got beta from MoHWF. I only paid $30 for it since I had bf3 premium before MoHWF release and got the deal.
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Well I am quite excited about BF4. This may have already been posted, but it was an official tweet from one of the Frostbite engine programmers, Johan Andersson. He is a pretty awesome guy. "Our Battlefield 4 reveal yesterday was running on the, just announced, @AMDRadeon 7990 'Malta' GPU, awesome hw! #bf4"
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Well I am quite excited about BF4. This may have already been posted, but it was an official tweet from one of the Frostbite engine programmers, Johan Andersson. He is a pretty awesome guy. "Our Battlefield 4 reveal yesterday was running on the, just announced, @AMDRadeon 7990 'Malta' GPU, awesome hw! #bf4"

Meaning we gotta fetch out even more money to run BF4 on decent visuals with sub 60fps.
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Originally Posted by Lhino View Post

Well I am quite excited about BF4. This may have already been posted, but it was an official tweet from one of the Frostbite engine programmers, Johan Andersson. He is a pretty awesome guy. "Our Battlefield 4 reveal yesterday was running on the, just announced, @AMDRadeon 7990 'Malta' GPU, awesome hw! #bf4"

Meaning we gotta fetch out even more money to run BF4 on decent visuals with sub 60fps.

Ehhh not really... single 680 or 7970 will still likely eat BF4 at 1080p. 1440p may be a different story (I might have to consider upgrading, but won't until I try the game on my hardware).
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Ehhh not really... single 680 or 7970 will still likely eat BF4 at 1080p. 1440p may be a different story (I might have to consider upgrading, but won't until I try the game on my hardware).

I doubt that, considering DICE's poor optimization skills, the 680 will probably crawl the game at an amazing 30fps on medium-high.

DICE - "State of the Art Graphics" leads to Superior Demands.
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