Love this game! Best one yet! My most favorite part is the guns. I just got an M4 like in the game here http://www.airsplat.com/airsoft-video-games.htm and they have a bunch of other guns like in all the other FPS games too!
Premium subscribers on PS3 get first access to third expansion pack to modern-day shooter next week; coming later in the month to Xbox 360 and PC users.
Battlefield 3 will add the Armored Kill downloadable expansion next week, coming to PlayStation 3 Battlefield Premium subscribers on September 4. Xbox 360 and PC Premium users will be able to download the add-on a week later on September 11, with subsequent releases for all PS3 users on September 18, and all Xbox 360 and PC players on September 25.
Armored Kill is Battlefield 3's third of five planned expansions. It follows Back to Karkand and Close Quarters, and precedes Aftermath and Endgame, which are slated to arrive later this year. Armored Kill brings four new maps, including the "biggest map in Battlefield history."
Additionally, Armored Kill adds new vehicles and a Tank Superiority game mode. This tank-themed "king of the hill" mode has players battling for a central capture point and is discussed by GameSpot editors in greater depth in the video embedded below.
All Battlefield 3 expansions are included with a $50 Battlefield Premium subscription, as well as the $70 Battlefield 3 Premium Edition, which hits next month.
@cboye18 The only thing better about BC was Voip and Destruction
@supa_stud @cboye18 It was better in destruction in what object you could destroy. The detail in the destruction when something goes BOOM has been ramped up completely. particle effects are outstanding. It just depends on what you want out of the destruction in the game i guess. i agree with the points from people arguing you can more stuff up in BC but to say its been toned down is a hard arguement IMO. i think voip sucks just as bad to tell you the truth lol
sign me up and bring it on. NOT interested in the whole premium insult, but will definitely be bagging this DLC once available. had a lot of fun on those servers this weekend. Will be looking forward to lobbing shells tank to tank in the weeks to come
These exclusivity release date deals make me sick. The content is obviously ready to be released on all platforms on sept 4th but collects dust for another couple weeks because you or a hardware company didn't pay EA extra money. But hey, it's only a couple weeks, so not a big deal to wait for -- also not a big deal to pay extra money for. Double edged sword.
@spikepigeo If im not wrong, PS3 players get it a week early because EA promised them bf1943 for free with i dont remember what thing (maybe bf3) and they didnt keep their promise, so its probably not what you think it is
I really want to buy this game, huge BF2 fan, but I refuse to buy it until they add bots to play offline.
Not that hard to figure out the release date. 1st Week of the month for PS3 with Premium. It's always Tuesdays! Why? Don't know, don't care!
2nd Week for PC & 360 with Premium. 3rd Week PS3 without Premium. 4th Week PC&360 without Premium. Aftermath is the same date ( December 4th) just different month. End game starts March 5th and the cycle repeats itself. Don't forget about MOH warfighter and it's chances of Premium art work, hd pictures and weapon skins for weapons no one uses except the PKP. Thank you Bye Bye.
@STrugglingFool I know you don't care but I thought I would just let you know they release on Tuesdays because that's typically when big retailers like Walmart release the stock they received the previous Monday or weekend. Good call on the roll out of the DLC's. I'll remember that for Aftermath.
So people with no premium can't buy the DLC at the same time as the others? Nice job fracturing the community. Good job Dice!
@nurnberg um... this is not for folks who bought premium, idiot. it is for people who want to buy it with everything. seriously, man. get a grip, and a life.
@nurnberg Of course not, stop being such a kid. Every non-premium player is like that. Not only do they have a superiority complex (which is funny since youd think its the otherway around) they cry and whine about small features that dont really matter that much. Their stubborn attitude makes buying premium later even more difficult since then its not really worth it anymore. Oh the stupidity of man.
@nurnberg There has to be something special about premium
So those bright people who paid the premium subs still have only 2 dlc for their 50$ Wow! Nice scam.
@ZoTrAcK for my buddy who did NOT recieve karkand with his purchase of the game. it has already paid for itself. When he purchases premium next week, he will recieve $45 worth of content right away, not to mention much earlier than I will since I will not purchase premium, as I already have Karkand and dislike Close Quarters. Then he will get another $30 worth of content; both times much earlier than I will. So, yeah hes getting it for $25 cheaper dude.
Guys, the BF premium members have made a petition agaisnt the August bonus drop, for those of u who r not happy with DICE bonus drop, get in to this link and sign the petition >>
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