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I was wondering whether it is possible to launch the singleplayer campaign for either BF3 or BF4 without the use of the browser. This is useful when:

  1. You don't have an internet connection at that moment
  2. Battlelog is down.
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    If you set Origin to "Offline" and click on the Battlefield 3/4 icon the game should just launch and give you the option of campaign missions. – tombull89 Nov 5 '13 at 9:37
  • I'd be interested in this too. Although I've unistalled the game after playing maybe a third of the game I've found the stupid site especially annoying. – Alexandar Živkovič Nov 5 '13 at 12:17
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There's a much easier way, this way origin will still be online so all your save data gets synced as you play. Simply create a shortcut, right click and select properties, select target and write "singleplayer" at the end after \bf3.exe"

example

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I'll post my comment as an answer, just in case.

If you set Origin to "Offline" and click on the Battlefield 3/4 icon the game should just launch and give you the option of campaign missions.

I found this out by mistake once when my Origin was offline and it lauched straight into the campaign. I was mightily confused until I realised it was offline.

  • Do you know if it syncs your progress with Battlelog when it is back online? – Isaac Nov 5 '13 at 22:00
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    @Isaac Yes, when you next open the game with Origin online, you should get a message that it is out of sync, and you need to choose whether to keep local data or cloud data. – grg Nov 10 '13 at 12:49
  • I can't get this to get the play button enabled when offline. – Bart Calixto Nov 11 '14 at 9:47

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