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Submitted by OliverKO 1259d ago | preview

Battlefield 3 Armored Kill Hands-on Preview | El33tonline

Wayne at El33tonline writes:

"Admittedly my favourite expansion so far is Close Quarters, because my general preference is exactly that - close, personal combat. Nevertheless I tackled the Armored Kill hands-on at gamescom 2012 with an open mind, and as it turns out I had the sheer joy of spending an all too brief 30 minutes with the new expansion." (Battlefield 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

venom06  +   1259d ago
Awesome preview.. this is going keep this awesome franchise going into the end of the year with Aftermath. Congrats DICE...
OliverKO  +   1259d ago
Thanks for the compliment, I'll pass it on to the writer ;)

DICE is doing a lot to extend the life of Battlefield 3, and Armored Kill looks to give hardcore Battlefield fans (mostly) everything they could want - looks terrific!
spike  +   1259d ago
Can't wait

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