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Battlefield 3 vs. Call of Duty: Frostbite 2.0 vs. Popularity

In the build up to the new and what looks to be improved episode in the Battlefield series, Battlefield 3 we have been able to bring you a fair bit of news regarding its graphics. The FPS is now finding itself as a hot contender to take the crown from the current FPS King Call of Duty with its latest installment being Black Ops.

The Call of Duty franchise has dominated the games market for years now, every new title selling more units from launch than the last. With its continued success this year, however disappointing some may say Black Ops is, there’s no doubt its next title will be hugely popular also. Though this year it will find itself up against a worthy opponent.

In an article by Dawna Wood over at Cnet’s gaming blog site Crave Battlefield 3’s new Frostbite 2.0 engine is being compared with the popularity of the Call of Duty franchise. The new engine will debut with the release of Battlefield 3 and promises enhanced in-game destruction with Destruction 3.0 and will take full advantage of its 64-bit processors and DirectX 11 API. From what we’ve seen so far it is living up to its promises.

You can read the full article by clicking the link above where you will find more details and comparisons between the two FPS giants. Will the graphics of Battlefield 3 be enough is enough to take the top spot for best FPS game or will the reputation of Call of Duty’s fluidity in gameplay and popularity be enough to stand its own? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Written by Chris Cook

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