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Battlefield 3: Aftershock
After an ill-fated launch swamped with negative reviews and player complaints which ultimately resulted in the game being removed from the App Store, it’s now been confirmed that Battlefield 3: Aftershock will not be returning.
A free iOS title called Battlefield 3: Aftershock has been released for iPhone and iPad by EA. It acts as “cross-promotional” release for Battlefield 3 and the feature film Act of Valor. It contains online multiplayer and three weapons, but is missing the previously promised single-player campaign and enemy wave mode. Watching a trailer for […]