CM: "It speaks in favor of DICE’s war-based FPS that we can review their DLC. At this point in time they are considered to be rivals to Call of Duty, which offers little more than new maps for existing game modes. Battlefield raises the stakes as it did with Bad Company 2’s Vietnam, releasing a second set of game-changers with Armored Kill. Quite the opposite of Close Quarters, which eliminated vehicles and included new, smaller maps for a quite arcade-shooter feel that was more similar to CoD, Armored Kill broadens the scope significantly and makes vehicles the be-all and end-all of warfare. So how does it hold up?"