Courtesy of battlefieldo.com, we are delighted to bring you some juicy titbits regarding the future downloadable content package for DICE’s Frostbite 2-powered FPS Battlefield 3.
Aside from delivering four tightly-packed maps that encourage kill-a-minute combat, typical of Activision’s Call of Duty, Close Quarters will add 10 new weapons to the game’s current arms catalogue. According to forum poster ‘kingOrism’, these are:
AUG Assault Rifle
SCAR Assault Rifle
M417 Sniper Rifle
JNG-90 Sniper Rifle
L86LSW Machine Gun
LSAT Machine Gun
M5K Tactical Machine Pistol
And that’s not all. The DLC will also include 10 new assignments and five otherwise-unattainable dog tags.
Like the game’s superb Back to Karkand expansion pack, it is expected that Close Quarters will fetch $14.99/£9.99/1200 MSP respectively when it lands in June.
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