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Battlefield 3 will deprive the co-op split-screen
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Battlefield 3 will deprive the co-op split-screen

General Manager Karl Magnus Troedsson DICE (Karl Magnus Troedsson) shared new information about the cooperative mode Battlefield 3. General Manager Karl Magnus Troedsson DICE (Karl Magnus Troedsson) shared new information about the cooperative mode Battlefield 3. First, he denied reports that the joint mission will be run from a split screen: `The co-op is not Battlefield 3 b

General Manager Karl Magnus Troedsson DICE (Karl Magnus Troedsson) shared new information about the cooperative mode Battlefield 3. First, he denied reports that the joint mission will be run from a split screen: `The co-op Battlefield 3 will not be split-screen`. He added that cooperative missions will be separate from the main story campaign. At launch, the game will be six of these cooperative missions, passing each of which can take anywhere from 20 to 45 minutes. Troedsson drew the audience`s attention to the fact that during the passage may have been some variation in activities that enhance the replay value index for cooperative missions

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