Man, EA must be unhappy with all those leaks these days. Battlefield Premium Service’s fact sheet has been leaked online and reveals everything you want to know about DICE’s and EA’s upcoming service. According to the fact sheet, players will have to pay a one-time fee of $49.99 USD. Those who’ll be using this service will be get early access (two weeks) to all future expansion packs. In addition, member will receive a host of unique in-game items not available anywhere else.
Battlefield Premium will feature two weeks early access to all future expansion packs (this also applies to the upcoming Closed Quarters DLC), unique in-game knife and dog-tags, 10+ unique soldier camos, unique weapon camos, stats reset functionality, 10+ unique Platoon emblem decals, increased Platoon emblem layers, server queue priority, 5+ unique Assignments, exclusive events, videos and Double XP weekends, as well as strategy guides and additional bonus content.
The fact sheet has also revealed all five DLCs for Battlefield 3. After Closed Quarters, Battlefield 3 fans can expect to get their hands on Armored Kill, Aftershock and End Game. Those who purchase Battlefield’s Premium Service will also gain access to the first BF3 DLC, Back to Karkand.
Long story short, Battlefield Premium will offer all DLCs/expansions with 20 maps in total, 20 new weapons, 10+ new vehicles, 4 new game modes, 30+ Assignments and 20+ dog tags.
Battlefield Premium Service will be launched on June 4th!
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