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Submitted by OliverKO 325d ago | news

Battlefield 4 Premium Double XP weekend event rescheduled for today

El33tonline writes:

"Originally scheduled to close out 2013 starting December 29th, it’s been announced that the delayed Double XP weekend event for Battlefield 4 Premium members will begin today, January 3rd." (Battlefield 4, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

BallsEye  +   325d ago
Premium this premium that. Seriously WTF EA?? Now because I didn't buy premium for almost the price of full game I cant enter more than half of the servers, even the ones that don't have second assault maps! ( I got CR). Not only that but premium players got so many advantages it's ridiculous! Battlepacks all the time, addons, weapons and double exp. Soon you gonna sell "WIN THE MATCH" button! I do have the money to buy it, not a problem here but I will never support such a rape on a consumer. EA, you are the worst...oh yea and fix that piece of donkey crap game.

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