The Battlefield 3 beta has not been without its problems. They do call it beta for a reason, and with DICE in the final crunch of development time before release later this month, they are working hard to take the data from the beta and polish up their final product. Fans that are planning on getting the game will be happy to know that DICE has recently announced that most of the issues that people are seeing in the beta have already been fixed.
The Global Community Manager for the Game, Daniel Matros, announced this earlier this morning.
“Alot of what you are seeing in the BETA doesn’t exist in the main game already,” he said. “1st party submission mean we couldn’t give a version of the latest code in the BETA but the retail game is well ahead of what you are seeing now with a lot more bug fixes already in place.”
So don’t get too comfortable sniping from underground, or partying with your friends in the subterranean depths beneath the Metro Park. You won’t be doing this in the retail version of the game.