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Battlefield 3 Gets New Multiplayer Trailer

DICE and EA have released a brand new multiplayer trailer for the upcoming military shooter, Battlefield 3. Within the clip that runs more than one and a half minutes in length is a glimpse at every map in the game at launch.

Here’s what the studio and marketing team have for the description of the video:

Check out intense gameplay action from each of the nine multiplayer maps available along with the very first glimpses from our upcoming expansion pack Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand. This expansion pack, featuring four classic Battlefield maps reimagined in Frostbite 2, is yours at no extra charge if you pre-order the Battlefield 3: Limited Edition on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.

Finally, at the tail end of the trailer, we’ll actually get a glimpse of the map from the regularly teased and promoted “Back to Karkand” expansion. EA and DICE have slapped their Karkand promotion at the tail end of every single Battlefield 3┬átrailer that they have released this year. So, in case you’ve never read it before, if you pre-order the Limited Edition of Battlefield 3, you’ll get “Back to Karkand” for free; however, those that don’t pre-order the game will be able to snag this DLC at a later date.

I’m always a big fan of remade, classic maps, so I’ll definitely be looking into the DLC once it launches for the general public. Pre-ordering Limited Editions of products has never really been my thing, so it looks like I’ll be paying for this content somewhere down the line.

Battlefield 3┬álaunches on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on October 25th, which is actually next Tuesday. We’ve been covering this, and so many other games, for basically a year; seeing them all dropping now is scaring us.

Will you be snagging this much-hyped game when it hits retail and downloadable marketplaces next week?


Joey Davidson

Joey Davidson leads the gaming department here on TechnoBuffalo. He's been covering games online for more than 10 years, and he's a lover of all...

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