For all of its completely baffling interface quirks (seriously DICE... no menu access between matches?!), Battlefield 3 offers one of the most impressive large-scale multiplayer modern war simulators out there. More than that, DICE continues to be on top of supporting the game with updates meant to improve your experience. It seems that the next one will focus, at least in part, on further perfecting the game's various weapon attachments.
DICE core gameplay designer Alan Kertz took to Reddit during the holiday break with a proposed list of changes (via CVG). You can read all about it in great detail at the source -- Kertz not only lists the changes, but also offers the rationale behind each decision -- but it seems that the foregrip, bipod, suppressor, heavy barrel, flash suppressor and target pointer are all set to see some tweaks. Kertz is asking for feedback too, since none of these changes are set in stone just yet, so head over to Reddit and be heard if you have something to add.