12-minute Battlefield 3 trailer to be released after one million Facebook 'likes'

Do what the marketing machine asks!

Want 12 minutes of Battlefield 3 footage with commentary? 'Course ya do! But if you want to see it early, at least one million fingers must first click the 'like' button on the game's promotional Facebook page. At the time of writing, the page is at 641,915 likes, and steadily increasing.

The 12-minute long "full trailer" appears to contain some of what has already been shown in the three previous 'Fault Line' trailers, but as those don't nearly add up to 12 minutes (about half that), it presumably containsa heap of newfootage as well. Also unlocked will be a version of the full trailer with commentary from the producer. If you like the sound of that, best like it.

Apr 14, 2011

The 12-minute long "full trailer" appears to contain some of what has already been shown in the three previous 'Fault Line' trailers, but as those don't nearly add up to 12 minutes (about half that), it presumably containsa heap of newfootage as well. Also unlocked will be a version of the full trailer with commentary from the producer. If you like the sound of that, best like it.

Apr 14, 2011

The 12-minute long "full trailer" appears to contain some of what has already been shown in the three previous 'Fault Line' trailers, but as those don't nearly add up to 12 minutes (about half that), it presumably containsa heap of newfootage as well. Also unlocked will be a version of the full trailer with commentary from the producer. If you like the sound of that, best like it.

Apr 14, 2011

The 12-minute long "full trailer" appears to contain some of what has already been shown in the three previous 'Fault Line' trailers, but as those don't nearly add up to 12 minutes (about half that), it presumably containsa heap of newfootage as well. Also unlocked will be a version of the full trailer with commentary from the producer. If you like the sound of that, best like it.

Apr 14, 2011

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