The Battlefield 3 End Game DLC has been out for a few weeks now, and if you’re still unsure whether to get the new content, these reviews might help you make up your mind. End Game is of course free to all Premium members, but for those who aren’t part of Premium, you’ll have to fork over $15 bucks for the DLC. And so far, it seems that End Game is worth the money, because many are calling it the best DLC Battlefield 3 has seen to date. And it should be, as it’s the very last DLC Battlefield 3 will see. Check out several video reviews of End Game after the break. READ ON »
DICE has launched the official Battlefield 4 teaser site, which you can find here. The teaser site doesn’t reveal much besides a BF4 background, obscured by a very nice rain effect. We’ve spared you the trouble to figure out the image in the background — you can check it out above.
The teaser site confirms that Battlefield 4 will be unveiled on March 27 with the very first gameplay video. Members of the press will get a sneak peak the day before at GDC, and surely something will leak from that. Yesterday, EA revealed the first teaser video, a few seconds that basically confirm the date once again. You can find the video after the break.
Judging by the teaser above and what we’ve seen so far, it looks like rain will be a big factor in Battlefield 4. Of course, it could be that DICE just like the look of it, kind of like the “glowing soldier” effect. The latest rumors suggest a dynamic weather feature in the game, so this might be the first indication of that. We’ll have to wait and see.
If you login to Battlelog and check out the teaser site, you’ll unlock a special Battlefield 4 dog tag, which basically states “ENLISTED”. If you don’t see the dog tag immediately, don’t worry, we hear it can take a few hours before it’s unlocked.
What do you expect from Battlefield 4? Let us know in the comments section! READ ON »
Back when the very first Battlefield 3 DLC launched, Back To Karkand, DICE hid a sweet little Easter Egg. It wasn’t much, just one of the boxes on Wake Island with “2143″ stamped on it. Now however, we get a much cooler Easter Egg with End Game.
The Easter Egg is nothing short of a tiny flying space ship, resembling of the fighter jets and drop ships found in BF 2142. Is DICE teasing Battlefield 2143 here? Probably not, as they’ve already stated that the upcoming Battlefield 4 will be set in modern times. But we can always hope that BF4 turns out to be Battlefield 2143.
How to find the Easter Egg: The Easter Egg in End Game can be found on the map Operation Riverside. However, it’s only found during the Capture The Flag mode. Go to the top western corner of the map (top left), and at the top of the little hill is where you’ll find the drop ship. Now arm yourself with a silenced weapon and every time someone comes to check out the attraction, take ‘em out!
The final Battlefield 3 DLC, End Game, is now out for Premium members on the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. End Game includes 4 new maps, new vehicles, and new game modes as well. If you’re not a Premium member, you’ll have to wait another week for the DLC. In the meantime, you can check out some gameplay videos here.
What’s your first impression of Battlefield 3 End Game so far? Got any new favorite maps or game modes? Let us know in the comments section!
End Game is already out if you’re on the PlayStation 3, and some users have already uploaded some gameplay videos in order to make the rest of us jealous. Battlefield 3 End Game features 4 news maps, some new vehicles (including cool motorcycles), new Capture The Flag game mode, and some new awards as well. Check out a couple of more gameplay videos after the break, showing off the shiny show-covered map (called “Sabalan Pipeline”), and Nebandan Flats. READ ON »
Battlefield 3 DLC tends to be released at odd times, depending on what platform you’re on, and whether you’re Premium member or not. EA has a deal with Sony that gets PS3 players early access to DLC, and those with Premium can get it even earlier. Here’s the full release schedule for the upcoming Battlefield 3 DLC End Game:
PlayStation 3 + Premium: March 5
PC and Xbox 360 Premium: March 12
PlayStation 3, no Premium: March 19
PC and Xbox 360, no Premium: March 26
The DLC will be free to all Premium owners, while others will have to pay the usual price of entry: $15. DICE has also revealed the new awards for End Game, which includes a set of medals and ribbons. You can check them out here.
DICE has released a new teaser trailer of the upcoming End Game DLC — the final Battlefield 3 DLC. The new teaser basically shows us what we’ve seen so far, with a better look at the new maps. End Game is scheduled for release later this month.
EA is currently having another huge Battlefield 3 sale on Origin, this time some games and DLC are up to 75% off. Battlefield 3 retails at just $10 as a digital download, while the Premium membership costs $30. If you want both BF3 and Premium, the deal is even sweeter: just $35. Individual Battlefield 3 expansion packs can be had for $50 off, or $7.50.
Older Battlefield games are also on sale: Bad Company 2, Battlefield 2142, and the classic Battlefield 2 all retail for just $5 a pop.
DICE has revealed the 4 maps featured in Battlefield 3 End Game — the final BF3 DLC. The four maps are very diverse, raging from snow covered Sabalan Pipeline, to forested Kaisar Railroad, to the deserts of Nebandan Flats. All four of the new maps support the new modes, “Air Superiority” and “Capture The Flag”. In addition the maps support a variety of the old Conquest and Rush game modes. Check out the full map details from DICE after the break. READ ON »
DICE has released a bunch of new details about the last Battlefield 3 DLC: End Game. The new video shows off the new bikes in the game, the new screenshots show the new maps and environments, and finally, we’ve got some more details about the DLC itself.
First of all, the End Game will feature 4 new maps. They are called Operation Riverside, Kiasar Railroad, Nebandan Flats, and Sabalan Pipeline. Two of the maps will be heavily focused on motorcycles, with several spots where players can use to make huge jumps, according to DICE. In fact, DICE dedicated a whole blog post just about the bikes and jumping ability in End Game. You can read it here.
Check out the new screenshots after the break. READ ON »