EA is looking to keep its 12 million active Battlefielders happy with a trio of DLC packs. Console owners will also be privy to rent-a-server features, allowing them to play precisely customized games online.
The first DLC, Close Quarters, hits this June with 4 new maps (made just for the infantry) and 10 new weapons. Be sure to check back next Tuesday for our hands-on impressions of the new lay of the land.
If the tight corridors and indoor destruction of Close Quarters doesn’t suit you, Armored Kill will give you quite the opposite this fall. Foiling Close Quarters’ footman-exclusive combat with new vehicles, EA promised to deliver the franchise’s most sprawling map to date.
Sometime before the year is out, we’ll be treated to End Game, a piece of DLC that EA kept squarely in the confidential file. What type of novelties it will include is anyone’s guess.