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Submitted by robser73 1027d ago | review

Review Armored Kill, DLC of Battlefield 3 | 4News.it

The full-scale war.
Playstation 3 version tested.

Almost ten months after its launch, Battlefield 3 is still played by millions of people around the world and is certainly about DICE, capable of nourishing the title with expansions azzeccate both their timing and ways. After Back to Karkand, Close Quarters and annexed debut of the premium service, it is now the turn of Armored Kill.

This expansion will be available from September 4, 2012 exclusively temporal Premium users PS3, by September 11 for the Premium PC and 360, and September 18 for PS3 users and 25 September for everyone else, add new theaters battle in which to show off their skills in Assault, Engineer, Support and Reconnaissance thanks to new vehicles available and to gain new Trophies, Assignments, Tags, Ribbons and Medals. (Battlefield 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 85/100

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