Razor1911 Release Origin Bypass for Battlefield 3By Miodrag Kovačević | November 1, 2011 | News | 8 comments | Share
Razor1911, the (in)famous warez group that has been operating since 1985 has released an Origin bypass for Battlefield 3. Considering the group’s history, there is no doubt whether it works or not in theory. The problem lies in what EA’s reaction may be. After all, the company threatened to ban any Origin account playing on modded BF3 servers during the beta. Who’s to say they won’t do the same to anyone trying to bypass their new digital service? And, of course, a minor update to the game could easily make the cracked .exe invalid.
The interesting bit, however, is Razor’s own statement on the matter.
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 online.
Warez groups protecting customer rights, or just dirty pirates? My advice is that if you aren’t happy with Origin, don’t use Origin or any associated product. The market’s big enough to seek out alternatives.