Guest D.Whitehurst Posted October 3, 2011 Share Posted October 3, 2011 Over the weekend, news spread pretty quickly that hack-savvy Battlefield 3 beta participants had managed to ‘tweak’ the unfinished game to allow alternative game modes with support for a whopping 128 players. The beta is only supposed to allow 32 players maximum in Rush mode on the Operation Metro map, and EA are mad. They’re so mad they’re waving their banhammers all up in here. After those Battlefield fiends over at the BF3Blog professed to have “tested out Operation Metro on conquest with 64 and 128 players, and can confirm their existence, albeit, the 128 player server lagged considerably,” DICE have now lain down EA's law on Battelog: If you join an unofficial/hacked server, this can “compromise your EA account and have it banned by EA.” This looming ban will not only affect your access to the Battlefield 3 beta (and, presumably, the full game itself when the time comes), but will also chop you off from any other EA games that might be attached to your naughty little account. Got this from a BF3 Blog or somthing forgot where Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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