EA have recently revealed even more information regarding Battlefield 3, including some of the features that we will be seeing in the game. TechSpotlight has managed to compile a short list of features that we will be seeing in the latest Battlefield instalment. Said list is below: +Prone will be on all 3 platforms, not just PC +Dolphin Driving/Dropshooting will not work. +Spotting (in its BC2 incarnation) will be making a return +While the PC version will have up to 64 player online matches, the number is limited to 24 on consoles +There will be a friendly fire option, turned off by default +Knives and dogtags will return +There will be no ziplines or grapple hooks +There will be bullet drop, but “Doesn’t work the same as BC2 though, it’s a much deeper system.“ +No tracer darts +Pre-ordering automatically gets you the Limited Edition of the game without any extra-charge. Most of these are features that Battlefield fans have been longing for. Prone is just one of them, and I am glad to see that DICE will at least try and eliminate dropshooting and the diving that was incorporated into Black Ops. The first ‘disappointment’ for the console gamers is that they will be limited to 24 players per match, whereas the PC counterparts will be able to play with 64 in each match. The reason for this is because of network complications, but I don’t see why the PS3 should have this problem is MAG supported 256 players, or maybe it’s something beyond my knowledge. The new Frostbite engine is also getting some recognition here will a deeper level of bullet drop, which is said to be dependant on which gun you are using. This gives the game that edge of realism over its competitors such as Call of Duty which will be releasing in the same time frame. We’re hoping to see more of this game at E3 and some in-depth analysis as this sequel is shaping up to be quite a stunner.[/p] Source I hope they work on knifing a bit more, it's a bit over the top in Bad Company 2 and takes too long. Same as in Black Ops, it's too over the top, if you get what I mean.