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Post by Eorl @ 01:58am 21/08/13 | 3 Comments
Electronic Arts has concluded their Gamescom 2013 press conference and with it new details have emerged on Battlefield 4's new premium subscription deal, outlining just what exactly players will gaining from the purchase.

Those looking forward to the upper class subscription will be able to gain access to all new expansion content two weeks in advance, alongside new content every week, queue priority and of course unique personalisation options. Here is what DICE has instore for Battlefield 4 Premium subscribers (via PC Gamer):
  • Battlefield 4 Second Assault – Includes four fan-favorite Battlefield 3 maps now re-imagined with the power of Frostbite 3. Available first on Xbox One.

  • Battlefield 4 China Rising – Players fight for dominance across the vast and majestic Chinese mainland. Available December 2013.

  • Battlefield 4 Naval Strike – Experience dynamic ocean combat as the Chinese armada takes the fight to the sea. Available Spring 2014.

  • Battlefield 4 Dragon’s Teeth – The US strikes back engaging in all-out urban warfare. Available Summer 2014.

  • Battlefield 4 Final Stand – Bring the war to its epic conclusion. Available Summer 2014.

  • Two-weeks early access to all expansion packs for that competitive edge

  • Unique personalization options including camos, paints, emblems, dogtags and more

  • Priority position in server queues

  • New content every week

  • 12 bonus Battlefield 4 Battlepacks
  • It wasn't just the Premium subscription that was revealed at EA's Gamescom event, with the announcement that players can expect the game’s beta to launch in early October, a few weeks ahead of the official launch. If all this is too much for you then sit back and check out the latest multiplayer gameplay of the Paracel Storm map below.

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    Posted 09:02am 21/8/13
    Meh. F*** you EA.
    Posted 10:34am 21/8/13
    The more and more I see of BF4 the more awesome it looks.

    I really hope they full of decent sized levels though. Where there's good variety. I also hope some of these leveolution things don't just become s*** happening every game and there's a big dynamic element to it.

    I just hope they are more natural to the battle and what's happening.
    Posted 10:32am 22/8/13
    I've been watching some of the battlefield 4 stream at gamescon.


    BF4 is just getting more and more awesome.

    Hardly anything about BF4 is being mentioned on Ausgamers which is a surprise but there's a tonne of detail out there, some examples being that there is now a Flight Training mode in BF4, Search and Destroy mode now available.

    Have a look at this if you want to see every class, every weapon, every unlock for battlefield 4

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