Tagged as being a system demanding game frame, the specs for Battlefield 3 are pretty impressive, bringing the gamer to the height of the desired experience, with graphics that are exemplary. Bringing with it a lot of visual improvements and optimizations however the supporting hardware must be adequate enough to support the improvement made. You don't want to run into 'lag' problems and it will even affect your accuracy as well.
In order to enjoy the whole battlefield experience the way it was designed to be enjoyed there are some systems that required to be in place for optimization purposes. The following are just some of the recommendations:
OS : Windows Vista or Windows 7
Processor : Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or Althon X2 2.7 GHz
RAM : 2GB
Graphics Card : DirectX 10 or 11 Nvidia or AMD ATI card, Nvidia GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon 3870
Graphics cared memory : 512 MB
Sound card : DirectX compatible sound card
Hard Drive 15 GB for disc version or 10 GB for digital version
However all these accessories listed above are only the basis and the individual gamer can easily upgrade to other more powerful assisting tools which hard ware retailers are only too happy to provide.
Taking on any one of the four roles which are listed as Assault, Support, Engineer and Recon the players are able to try and beat friend's scores and track their performances. The Assault option allows the individual to make use of the defibrillators and med kits while the mechanics of the weapons have been changed to utilize the new engine compatibility. The bipods can then be deployed which now proves to be more accurate and have recoil reduction elements. The Engineer option now has the use flashlights which blind other players while the Recon has the option of placing the radio beacon anywhere on the map which enables the other members to spawn the location sending the beacon signals. All these new added features purportedly makes the battlefield 3 more of a challenge.