Battlefield 3: End Game has just rolled out, closing out the current downloadable content schedule for the popular first-person shooter. Now that DICE and EA have seemingly finished their work on BF3, could they be announcing the next game in the franchise soon?
It's no big secret that Battlefield 3 has an obsession with dinosaurs thanks to some suggestions from 4chan that said Activision should have included more of the prehistoric behemoths in Modern Warfare 2. The newest expansion, End Game, gives fans even more of what they crave.
Though developers often shift their attentions to new releases when a sequel arrives, DICE might support Battlefield 3 with more content simultaneously with Battlefield 4's launch later this year.
Battlefield 3: End Game starts its staggered release schedule today, debuting on the PlayStation 3 for Premium members first. To celebrate the final expansion for the incredible squad-based first-person shooter, let's check out the launch trailer and these finalized screenshots featuring new aircraft, dirt bikes, and the new locales. Oh yeah, there are a bunch of explosions too.
The Official Battlefield Blog has been updated with tips on how to complete all of the Assignments and earn every medal, ribbon, dog tog, and trophy/achievement in Battlefield 3: End Game.
Battlefield 3's End Game downloadable content is less than a month away! The Battlefield Blog is giving us a sneak peek at how one of the returning multiplayer modes, Capture the Flag, will work in this DLC.
Dirt bikes are coming! We've been exclaiming it for a while now, but it's tough to keep our excitement in check when we know that Battlefield 3's End Game downloadable content pack will let us fly off ramps while launching rocket-powered grenades.
Take a moment to look at these first official screenshots of Battlefield 3's End Game downloadable content pack.
What has dirt bikes, helicopters, tons of jets, and intense flag-capturing action? Battlefield 3's Endgame downloadable content does.
Battlefield 3's final piece of downloadable content will be coming in March, which is fast-approaching. What should we expect from Endgame?