Battlefield 3: End Game finally launched - for Playstation

Screenshots from The final DLC expansion of Battlefield 3.
Screenshots from The final DLC expansion of Battlefield 3.

DICE has launched Battlefield 3's fifth and final expansion pack - Battlefield 3: End Game.

But Xbox and PC players will have to wait - the game is available on Playstation 3 now, but won't be available on the PC till the 13th.

Sadly, those release dates are for premium members, everyone else will have to wait till the 20th (Playstation 3) or 27th (PC and Xbox).

In Battlefield 3: End Game, gamers battle on four new maps inspired by each of the four seasons, including Kiasar Railroad and Operation Riverside.

The DLC also introduces new vehicles, including a dirt bike, two new anti-aircraft vehicles and a dropship for teams to rapidly deploy behind the enemy.

More important, at least in terms of gameplay, is the return of Capture the Flag and Air Superiority game modes.

For those in need of their dose of positive reinforcement, End Game delivers five new assignments, 16 dog tags and five trophies and achievements.

More than 20 million players since release in October 2011  and over the past eight months, more than 2.9 million players have signed up for Battlefield 3 Premium.

Topics:  ea games games and gadgets playstation 3 xbox 360

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