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Escapist - E3 Preview: Battlefield 3: Premium

Players ready to catch more content for DICE's 15-million-player popular Battlefield 3 should find much to get excited for with Premium, a new service set to offer maps, weapons, and other perks to hardcore and/or bargain-hunting players for a one-time fee of $50.

Five full expansions are on offer and, while most aren't yet out, new content will be delivered to Premium players a full two weeks before the rest of the plebs are able to get their hands on it at full price. The package will include Back to Karkland, Close Quarters, Armored Kill, End Game, and Aftermath, each themed and designed after a different facet of war, i.e. tank battles or claustrophobic infantry-centric skirmishes. (Battlefield 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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