Submitted by LoudHawk 1114d ago | news

Ten Years of Battlefield Celebrated with Great Deals on Origin

10 years today the legendary Battlefield 1942 was launched upon an unsuspecting world, spawning a decade of amazing World War shooters. To celebrate this marvellous occasion, EA and DICE are bringing out classic trailers, concept art, retrospect and great promotions, with something new coming out every day this week.

Although this all sounds amazing for old time Battlefield fans, it is the last word in that list which grabs our attention. That is because today you can pick up select PC Battlefield titles through Origin for the low price of $10. Whether you are wanting to relive old memories or add to your collection, this is the perfect time to do it. You’ll have to move fast, however, as the offer finishes midnight tonight. (Battlefield, Battlefield 2, Battlefield 2142, Battlefield 3, Battlefield: Bad Company, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Dice, EA, PC)

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