DICE, an Electronic Arts studio has released the fifth and final digital expansion for Battlefield 3, titled Battlefield 3: End Game today.
The expansion which is available for Battlefield 3 Premium members on the PlayStation 3 now, will see gamers battle on four new maps inspired by the four seasons, which include Kiasar Railroad and Operation Riverside.
Gamers can also use new vehicles such as a dirt bike and two new AA vehicles to get behind enemy lines or utilize the new drop-ship which can rapidly deploy air drop of troop transports.
In addition to these new updates, gamers will also get two classic game modes, Capture The Flag and Air Superiority. Air Superiority will see players taking to the skies and engaging in epic dog fights and Capture The Flag will require players to coordinate their attacks and defenses.
Battlefield 3: End Game is available to all Battlefield 3 Premium members today while Battlefield 3 Premium members for the Xbox 360 and PC will be able to download the expansion on March 12th, 2013.
Non-Premium members on the PlayStation 3 will be able to get Battlefield 3: End Game on March 19th, 2013 while Xbox 360 and PC players will only be able to get it on March 26th, 2013.
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