Battlefield Rumors Point To Premium Service Price, Aftermath DLC

Posted May 28, 2012 - By Adam Rosenberg

Battlefield 3

Not so long ago we heard some rumblings that Electronic Arts would be announcing a premium content delivery service and new DLC for Battlefield 3, and now a pair of rumors have emerged that point to both of these possibilities. European online retailer CoolShop (via MP1st) has a product listing up for Battlefield Premium with an expected release date of June 29, 2012.

If the listing for the Call of Duty Elite-like service is accurate, it will cost £35 (roughly $55 USD) and will include: 20 maps, 20 new weapons, 10+ new vehicles, 4+ new game modes, 30+ assignments, 20+ dog tags, and premium benefits "made up of skins, camos and most importantly early access to all DLC."

MP1st also heard from its source -- the same that first tipped off the Battlefield Premium news -- that an unannounced fifth DLC pack called Aftermath will be released in late 2012 for Battlefield 3, though the CoolShop listing makes no mention of it by name.

Battlefield Rumors Point To Premium Service Price, Aftermath DLC


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