The previously rumored Battlefield Premium service will set players back $60 when it launches next month.
That’s according to online retailer CoolShop, who has the code listed at a £34.96 price tag – around $60 – with an expected release date of June 29. The product description reads:
“BF3 Premium Service is 1 code in a box to give the consumers early access to the BF3 DLC expansion packs – Back to Karkand (already released), Close Quarters (releasing June), Armoured Kill (releasing Sept) and End Game (releasing December).”
According to MP1st a fifth unannounced expansion titled Aftermath is also set to release this year. The site suggests that the DLC is set to release before the end of this year and the previously announced End Game expansion will be pushed back to 2013.
Battlefield Premium offers the following:
- 20 Maps
- 20 New Weapons
- 10+ New Vehicles
- 4+ New Game Modes
- 30+ Assignments
- 20+ Dog Tags
The service is expected to be revealed during EA’s E3 press conference, and will be launched sometime in June. The price is a little steep just to get all five DLC packs for free, the real kicker will be the free items that the service offers players.
Would you pay $60 for the service?