Will cost £35/$60, according to a listing
According to a listing spotted on Coolshop.co.uk, Battlefield Premium carries a 29th June release date and a £34.96 price.
If you didn't know, there are rumors saying EA will launch a service -similar to Call of Duty Elite- for Battlefield.
Called Battlefield Premium, looks like it's planned to be announced during EA's E3 2012 press conference, but a store listing already leaked some details, including its price:
Its said to include early access to DLC and "premium benefits". It also includes access to a "mysterious" fifth DLC expansion called "Aftermath".A Battlefield Premium listing on Coolshop.co.uk (spotted by MP1st) carries a 29th June release date and a £34.96 price.
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)."
These are the supposed contents:
E3 is just a week ahead. So let's wait for EA to officially reveal more info about it!- 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.
NEWS SOURCE: Battlefield premium to cost 35 5th DLC is aftermath (via) EuroGamer
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