Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1063d ago | review

Battlefield 3: Aftermath Review | SavingContent

SavingContent writes:

The fourth of five Battlefield expansions, featuring a balanced mix of indoors and outdoors. The outdoor areas are vast and open allowing it to feel completely separate from the indoor areas. The building constructed that make up the indoor areas are tight, almost claustrophobic at times. This blends the feeling of the Close Quarters DLC with the Armored Kill DLC in interesting ways, making for more variety and versatility in attacking and defending objectives. (Battlefield 3 Aftermath, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 5/5

ChR0n1k  +   1063d ago
The market level looks like a sniper's dream.

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