4Player-"Where DICE's previous offerings, Close Quarters and Armored Kill, played their part in expanding the core BF3 experience -and did so in two diametrically opposed ways in order to more greatly increase the BF3 palette- Aftermath does something else. It serves an entirely different meal.
Of course this is no unheard of in the Battlefield universe. 2002's Battlefield 1942 was a small step to the flood of variations that DICE would release throughout the years. And though they released nominal expansions until 2003, Battlefield: Vietnam completely changed the song in 2004 and still remains one of the most beloved entries to this day. I myself yearn for the return of helicopter and vehicle radios to the series."