Battlefield 3's vehiclular expansion, Armored Kill, has received an official launch trailer before its staggered release window begins.
Expect tanks and planes, planes and tanks. And explosions. We like.
Battlefield 3 Premium members will be able to download Armored Kill today on PS3, or next Monday (September 11th) on Xbox 360 and PC. Non-subscribers can get involved the following week. More details here.Click here to read more...
DICE have delivered another little video for their upcoming vehicular-focused expansion - BF3: Armored Kill - this tie providing a little flythrough of the Alborz Mountain map. Created by senior environment artist Andrew Hamilton, the video looks typically gorgeous.
As we learnt a few days ago, Armored Kill will be released in staggered waves, with BF3 Premium PS3 owners getting it first on September 4th, before other Premium subscribers receive it on September 11th.
We've got three new screenshots for Battlefield 3's Armored Kill Expansion, which will bring some enormous maps, pitched tank battles, artillery and gunships to the multiplayer arena this September. More details and a trailer here.
Spoiler alert: pictures may contain tanks.Click here for the Battlefield 3: Armored Kill screenshots >>
What we all need on this boring Thursday afternoon is two solid minutes of tanks, guns, guns and tanks. And artillery. And warplanes. And explosions. A tankgunsplanesplosion, if you will.
Which is why we're very grateful that Battlefield 3's upcoming expansion - Armored Kill - has gotten a new trailer. Armored Kill will feature five new vehicles, twenty vehicle equipment unlocks and the ability to spawn in a gunship, alongside the very promising-sounding Tank Superiority mode. EA describe the Bandar Desert map as "the biggest" in Battlefield history, and you can have a look at it below. Somewhere behind the tanks. And guns. And explosions.
Battlefield 3: Armoured Kill comes out in September, with Battlefield Premium members getting early access.
In the wake of the rather limping Battlefield 4 confirmation, DICE have been swift to reiterate that there's still lots more to be had from Battlefield 3.
Lots more DLC. Lots.
"Battlefield 3 story is still just the beginning," read a post from the devs on the Battlefield website.Click here to read more...