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:

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