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Post by Eorl @ 01:32pm 05/09/12 | 6 Comments
DICE has today released a brand new trailer to coincide with the launch of their latest expansion pack, Armored Kill, for PlayStation 3 Premium members. The new pack will feature five new vehicles plus a new game mode titled Tank Superiority, where heavy vehicles clash in order to control key areas of the map.
Battlefield 3: Armored Kill is the next digital expansion pack in the Battlefield 3 series and introduces a host of exclusive in-game content, new vehicles, assignments and more.

Taking vehicular mayhem to the next level as only Battlefield can, Battlefield 3: Armored Kill features 5 new drivable vehicles including mobile artillery, tanks, ATV's complete with over 20 vehicle specific unlocks. Players will also have the ability to spawn in the all-new gunship and rain death from above.

Battlefield 3: Armored Kill also introduces a brand new mode to the Battlefield franchise, Tank Superiority, where heavy vehicles clash in order to control key areas of the map.
Alongside the release of the new DLC is a quite large patch for all platforms, featuring a range of fixes and tweaks which you can find over here. Make sure you check out the explosive trailer below (HD here) and let us know your thoughts on the new expansion pack.

Battlefield 3: Armored Kill will be available on September 11th for PC and Xbox 360 Premium members. Standard players will be able to access the DLC on September 18th for PlayStation 3 and September 25th for PC and Xbox 360.






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TiT
Posted 02:33pm 05/9/12
i downloaded the patch yesterday (PC version) and was getting 3mb second on my connection was pretty fast think the download only took 15mins :)
kirkoswald
Posted 09:04pm 05/9/12
No VOIP no thanks. CS is all the fps i'll ever need
Rdizz
Posted 09:27pm 05/9/12
voip? dude it has battlelog chat which is pretty much the same.
kirkoswald
Posted 09:45pm 05/9/12
not like in game squat voip.... its annoying to set up. You cant just jump in with a bunch of strangers and work as a team
soulblade12
Posted 06:25am 06/9/12
I totally agree with Kirk, the biggest killer to most other FPS is the voice over system. For these games you either need to setup your real life friends or online friends to play with mics. The difference in CS is you jump in and 80% of players in the server are using mics right away and its easy to team up with these random people and have a great time.
badfunkstripe
Posted 03:24pm 06/9/12
The flip side is you get something like COD where the in game voice is full of complete idiots.
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