Hacking group manages to play online without using EA's digital distribution platform. Hacking and piracy group Razor1911 has reportedly enabled PC copies of Battlefield 3 to play online while bypassing EA's Origin service. DICE said in August that players would be required to have an Origin account to run even retail versions of the PC edition of the game, but that's no longer strictly the case, Gamasutra reports.In A Statement Razor 1911 Said:-
As bullets whiz by, walls crumble, and explosions throw you to the ground,
the battlefield feels more alive and interactive than ever before. In
Battlefield 3, players step into the role of the elite U.S. Marines where
they will experience heart-pounding single player missions and competitive
multiplayer actions ranging across diverse locations from around the globe
including Europe, Middle-East and North America.
Razor1911 doesn't accept and support the online DRM "Origin" from EA.
This release is dedicated to our fans worldwide who bought this game on
legal way and don't want to install the trojan from Electronic Arts to play
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Though EA said earlier this week that Battlefield 3 had sold five million copies in its first week of availability, making it the fastest-selling game in the publisher's history.