£35 Battlefield Premium service revealed

EA will at next week’s E3 reveal the Battlefield Premium service, according to a retail listing.

Coolshop reckons that the download will go live on June 29th and it is offering a code to access the content for 34.96.

It offers the existing Back to Karkland DLC as well as three future downloads – Close Quarters (June), Armoured Kill (autumn), Aftermath (Q4) and End Game (spring 2013).

Also included are 20 maps, 20 new weapons, ten new vehicles, four new multiplayer modes, 30 assignments and 20 dog tags.

Think of it as an equivalent to Activision’s Call of Duty Elite, although of course Battlefield already offers similar stat-tracking services.

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