E3 2012: EA confirms Battlefield Premium

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EA’s Peter Moore and Patrick Bach from Dice took the Orpheum stage to divulge information. Moore explained how over 1.6 trillion bullets have been fired, and 43 million flight hours recorded in the game.

And then, as we’d expected, Battlefield premium.

We’ve covered Battlefield premium – thanks to internet leaks – quite extensively, and there’s very little new – other than the fact that it launches today on the PS3, at a price of $49.99 a year. Xbox and PC players get to join in later.

"We’re listening to our fans and giving them more content,”  said Bach. “That’s why today, we’re pleased to announced Battlefield 3 Premium."

Last Updated: June 4, 2012

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