The previously rumoured Battlefield Premium service will cost around £35 when it launches next month.
That's according to a listing from online retailer CoolShop, which carries a £34.96 price tag and an expected launch date of June 29.
The product description reads: "BF3 Premium Service is 1 code in a box to give the consumers early access to the BF3 DLC expansion packs - Back to Karkand (already released), Close Quarters (releasing June), Armoured Kill (releasing Sept) and End Game (releasing December)."
But according to MP1st a fifth, as-yet-unannounced Battlefield 3 expansion will be called Aftermath. The site suggests it will be released this year before the previously announced End Game DLC, which it claims will now arrive in 2013.
The site says Battlefield Premium will offer the following:
- 20 Maps
- 20 New Weapons
- 10+ New Vehicles
- 4+ New Game Modes
- 30+ Assignments
- 20+ Dog Tags
- Back to Karkand
- Close Quarters in June 2012
- Armored Kill in Fall 2012
- Aftermath in late 2012
- End Game in Spring 2013
I don't mind stuff like this, I'd definitely buy it for games I enjoy and know I'll buy DLC for; but at that price, no way. They need to knock that down a bit, that's the price of a brand new game basically.