EA DICE is on hand at E3 in Los Angeles, and the news is already rolling out from the event. Battlefield 3's Premium service has been confirmed and details are pretty much on line with what we reported last week.
Battlefield 3's latest update has gone out and with it, the options for both Premium and Close Quarters DLC although neither service is officially available as of this time. Close Quarters DLC is expected to be made available on June 6th and includes four new maps; Ziba Tower, Donya Fortress, Operation 925 and Scrapmetal, plus all of the additional content.
Premium, on the other hand, is expected to go live today and will set you back a one-time fee of $50. As previously discussed, Premium includes...
- Back to Karkand, Close Quarters, Armored Kill, Aftermath, Endgame
- 20 new weapons
- 10 new vehicles
- New dogtags
- Camo for kits and weapons
- New game modes (conquest domination, tank superiority, gun master)
- New assignments
- Two weeks early access to DLC