While previous non-spin-off entries in DICE's massive, far-from-passive war shooter series have understandably stuck to their PC roots, it appears that times have changed. After all, we're talking about a console generation that can produce 256-player FPSes here, so it only makes sense that DICE wouldn't hesitate to spread the wealth. Fear not, however, longtime Battlefield supporters, as the developer certainly hasn't forgotten about you.
“It will not be exclusive,” tweeted Battlefield 3 lead designer David Goldfarb. “We are putting special effort into the PC version, even for us, it's extraordinary.”
If DICE's track record with games like Battlefield Bad Company 2 is any indication, Goldfarb's promises aren't just empty words. Now then, if we could just get him to give us something other than words – maybe some screenshots, details, or a quick video of him running around with his arms in the air, pretending to be one of the game's airplanes. At this point, we'll take anything!