Rumour: Battlefield Premium to cost £35, fifth expansion called Aftermath

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 28 May 2012 11:51 GMT

Battlefield Premium, outed as DICE’s contender to CoD Elite in a report earlier this month, will launch at a £35 pricetag, according to a retail listing.

CoolShop has the service listed on both its Danish and UK outlets.

The service will come with:

  • 20 Maps
  • 20 New Weapons
  • 10+ New Vehicles
  • 4+ New Game Modes
  • 30+ Assignments
  • 20+ Dog Tags
  • Also includes “Premium Benefits” which are made up of skins, camos and most importantly early access to all DLC.

A fifth expansion is also on the way called Aftermath for later this year according to MP1st, pushing End Game into early 2013. End Game was previously confirmed for a late 2012 launch.

The content listed for Premium subs will be introduced as content spread out through the various releases of the game’s expansion packs.

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