Battlefield 3 End Game DLC trailer arrives

Fifth Battlefield expansion explodes with a new video

February 1, 2013
Battlefield 3 End Game

EA and DICE have released a new trailer for the upcoming Battlefield 3 expansion, End Game.

The video highlights some of the capture-the-flag gameplay that will be on offer in the new DLC.

In addition to the capture the flag mode, End Game also hosts Air Superiority match mode, which allows for large scale dog fights to become to focus of the action.

End Game also features an all-new dirt bike to speed up the pace of some of the battles, two new AA vehicles, and a dropship to call in parachute reinforcements behind enemy lines.

In terms of what you’ll be blowing up, End Game features 4 new maps, each inspired by one of the four seasons – such as the fall-themed Operation Riverside and the snowy Sabalan Pipeline.

Check out the End Game trailer below:

More Battlefield news

New Battlefield game confirmed

SA team confirmed for Battlefield 3 Nation’s Cup

Battlefield 3 Aftermath trailer shakes things up

Battlefield 3 Aftermath DLC video showcases new map

Battlefield 3 crossbow lets you kill with style

Tags: active, battlefield, Battlefield 3, battlefield 3 dlc, Battlefield 3 End Game, BF3 DLC, DICE, dlc, EA, electronic arts, End Game expansion

Shutterstock is the image partner of MyGaming – technology images can be found here

Poll

Did Watch Dogs live up to expectations?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

Latest News

Battlefield Hardline and Dragon Age: Inquisition delayed

BFH and DAI

Two games we’re feverishly looking forward to have been knocked back on the release schedule *sad face*

Humble Square Enix Bundle wants all your money

Humble

Hitman, Deus Ex, and a bunch of other titles are going for cheap in the latest Humble Bundle

MSI GT72 ultimate gaming laptop coming to SA: pricing, date

MSI GT72

This laptop is bad to the bone, with more power than most desktop gaming PCs

Game piracy in the UK is no longer a “crime”

Piracy Skulls

The British government, along with several ISPs and content creators, are changing their stance on game piracy

bool(true)
X

Newsletter Subscription

Name
Email *
Enter the following to confirm your subscription *
Captcha image