Battlefield 3‘s Battlelog got an early showing thanks to the German Battlefield Blog which posted – then pulled, but not before Battlefieldo grabbed them – images of the social network’s chat system, player stat-tracking interface and profile pages. It appears that players can keep track of other players’ unlocked weapons and awards, as well as monitor their own kill/death ratio, accuracy, experience progress and much more.
It also appears that Battlelog will have ties to older Battlefield games, showing a player’s “Veteran Status” from games like Battlefield 2, Battlefield 2142 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2. News, notifications, forum messages, comments… all appear to flesh out Battlefield 3‘s subscription-free networking offering.
Battlefield 3 hits PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this October. Expect more confirmed details on the game’s Battlelog soon.
Battleblog #3: First Pictures of Battlelog [Battlefieldo]