Battlefield Premium To Cost $60, 5th DLC Called “Aftermath”

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According to a new report, Battlefield 3 Elite-style premium service will set gamers back $60/£35.

The Battlefield Premium listing was spotted on Coolshop.co.uk by MP1st, and carries a June 29th release date, with the asking price of £34.96.

Here’s its description: “BF3 Premium Service is 1 code in a box to give the consumers early access to the BF3 DLC expansion packs – Back to Karkand (already released), Close Quarters (releasing June), Armoured Kill (releasing Sept) and End Game (releasing December).”

The Premium service is set to make its debut at E3 in June, and is rumored to include access to a mysterious fifth DLC expansion called Aftermath.

Contents:

– 20 Maps.
– 20 New Weapons.
– 10+ New Vehicles.
– 4+ New Game Modes.
– 30+ Assignments.
– 20+ Dog Tags.
– Also includes “Premium Benefits” which are made up of skins, camos and most importantly early access to all DLC.

These maps, weapons, vehicles game modes assignments and dog tags are spread across the following DLC:

– Back to Karkand.
– Close Quarters in June 2012.
– Armored Kill in autumn 2012.
– Aftermath in late 2012.
– End Game in spring 2013.

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2 Comments on "Battlefield Premium To Cost $60, 5th DLC Called “Aftermath”"

  1. wicken May 28, 2012 at 10:57 am -

    I thought that 15euros was too much for a DLC already and now they make a season pass (if you consider it that way) for 60euros? Well no, no way I am going to pay more than I did for the copy of the game.

  2. nick May 29, 2012 at 5:43 am -

    wait, so your expected to pay the price of the game again just to access some skins and the DLC earlier?
    gee, EA sure know how to give value for money to their fans!
    christ, im starting to see why they were voted americas worst company!

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