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A few hours prior to EA conference in E3, the footage shown above of what appears to be Battlefield 3 premium service was leaked. The new service will grant you 2 weeks of early access to all Battlefield map packs released later this year including Close Quarters, Armored Kill, Aftermath and End Game. You will also get the previously released Back to Karkand map pack in addition to 20 new weapons, exclusive dog tags, exclusive camo for kits and weapons, over 10 new vehicles and according to the trailer: New assignments and modes.
Stay tuned for additional info regarding the price and the date of release.
Syndicate is a reboot that nobody seems to have asked for, especially not one that completely changes the genre from an isometric tactical game to first person shooter, rendering it beyond recognisable. Sure, we miss it and would probably welcome an HD remake, but making it virtually incomparable with its former entries? That’s akin to EA digging up your late gran and slapping in a bionic eye and an arm that turns into a tea stirrer so she can make you a cuppa just like you remembered. But is this reboot an improved and welcome revisit or does it add too much milk and not enough sugar? Here’s our review to find out.
After Last week Leaked info through EA’s Origin service, EA decided to officially announce Crysis 3 for a 2013 release.
“In reality, the Nanodomes are CELL’s covert attempt at a land and technology grab in their quest for global domination. With Alien Ceph lurking around every corner and human enemies on the attack, nobody is safe in the path of vengeance. Everyone is a target in Prophet’s quest for retribution.” Crytek CEO, Cevat Yerli
Hit the jump for news on a special edition, and some screen shots!
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EA and Bioware have announced two free DLC projects for Mass Effect 3.
The first, slated for release on April 10, 2012, is the Resurgence Pack. It is free DLC for ME3’s coop multiplayer mode. The expansion will include two new maps (hooray!) as well as new weapons, items, and playable races.
The second is Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut, which will include longer, expanded epilogical cinematics. Note that the existing endings won’t be changed, nor will one be provided with additional choices to inform different endings. Instead, “the goal of these new scenes is to provide additional clarity and closure to Mass Effect 3.” Expect this free DLC sometime in the summer of 2012.