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Battlefield 3 limited edition announced

May 23rd, 2011 by

EA have today announced The Battlefield 3 Limited Edition: Physical Warfare Pack, which is now available for pre-order exclusively at GAME and gamestation in the UK.

Players can storm the battlefield armed with powerful weapons and items only available in the Physical Warfare Pack including the Type 88 light machine gun with bipod for superior firepower and total zone control, the SKS sniper rifle flash suppressor that provides increased stealth abilities for Recon soldiers, and the lethal armour-piercing flechette ammo for the DAO-12 semi-automatic shotgun that is sure to tear through anything in its path. Also included is day one access to the highly versatile DAO-12 semi-automatic shotgun itself.

In addition to the launch day exclusive weapons, the Physical Warfare Pack also includes the Battlefield 3 Back to Karkand digital expansion pack. Players can wage all-out war on four of the most celebrated maps from Battlefield 2, including Strike at Karkand, Gulf of Oman and the Sharqi Peninsula, all stunningly re-created using the power of Frostbite 2. DICE’s state of the art game engine serves as the power centre for Battlefield 3 to deliver superior performance in character animation, visual rendering, audio and physical destruction.

Battlefield 3 will be available for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC later this year, and is available to preorder now.

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2 Responses to “Battlefield 3 limited edition announced”
  1. avatar Ryan says:

    As big a fan of the Battlefield series as I am (already got my BF3 pre ordered on amazon) EA is doing a shockingly bad job of creating an equal and balanced experience. The early adopters are already out of luck at getting the new (and I assume better) weapons without buying the game again from one of only two retail stores. Hopefully these weapons will be unlocks and not only available to people who pay extra.

  2. avatar espedair says:

    Having seen the totally cynical model used in Battlefield4Free I am not surprised they are continuing to adopt this model. The ‘pre-release purchase’ has been building up for some time in the industry anyway , first it was clothes or vehicles now its weapons and maps. Often they are released later in the GOTY edition but by then you will have missed all the initial fun (before people memorise the maps!).

    I’d like to say I won’t bother but I probably will…Damn you and your fiendishly addictive Shooter EA!

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