EA and DICE have released more details on Battlefield 3's Battlelog.
They come fresh from the fingers of Fredrick Loving (kudos on the name), Battlelog producer at DICE.
The 'Battlefeed' will be your main window into Battlelog, showing current events around your network in real-time, explains the Battlelog rundown.
It will give you a live snapshot of what those in your network are doing in the world of Battlefield.
"The feed will encourage people to play even more," adds Loving. "They will see their friends ranking up, receiving awards they don't have yet, or getting the new cool guns they have been missing. It will increase the competitive edge. Everything you do on the battlefield is shared amongst your friends."
You'll be able to see when a friend unlocks a particularly difficult achievement and offer them kudos, the description continues on the Battlefield Blog.
"Another pal just joined a multiplayer Rush match in Operation Métro and is looking for some help - now you know, so you can quickly jump in and give them a hand."
"If someone just nabbed your dog tag in multiplayer, they can shoot you a quick note to say thanks (or, more likely, use those newly anointed bragging rights). It's all here in the real-time feed for you to share, comment and like."
A fully-featured soldier progression section is also included, bringing full stats tracking for every shot fired and every action performed in your Battlefield career.
"Battlefield players love their statistics," says Loving. "Now we will give them everything that they want while adding a social layer on top of that."
The first screenshots of Battlefield 3's Battlelog were revealed last week.