Battlefield 3 – Aftermath DLC Premiere Trailer & Details Unveiled

Electronic Arts and DICE have released the premiere trailer for Battlefield 3’s Aftermath DLC. According to the developers, this trailer provides a premiere look at the fourth multiplayer expansion pack Battlefield 3: Aftermath, where DICE throws players into an all-new harrowing environment: The shattered districts, streets and cities of post-earthquake Iran. Players will struggle for supremacy and survival amongst the devastation, with heavily modified vehicles and the all-new crossbow at their disposal.
Battlefield 3: Aftermath features all multiplayer game modes from the base game, plus the all-new Scavenger mode. In Scavenger mode, lost soldiers start equipped with only a knife, one grenade, and sidearm and must search the environment for more powerful weapons to increase their chance at surviving and eventually winning.
Contrary to our earlier report, Aftermatch will feature new weapons. Although DICE stated that Aftermath would not feature any new weapons, players can expect to use a new cross-bow. Guess that’s better than nothing, right?
Battlefield 3: Aftermath is out starting November 27th for PlayStation 3 Premium members. Xbox 360 and PC Premium members will have to wait until December 4th in order to get their hands on it. PlayStation 3 players will be able to access it on December 11th, whereas Xbox 360 and PC players will be able to on December 18th.

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