Battlefield 3′s next huge patch goes live today, and has lined up a massive amount of fixes in its sights.
Set to coincide with the release of Armored Kill on the PlayStation 3, the new update features a ton of tweaks to continually improve and touch-up the game’s balancing.
The list is rather long, so be sure you have some time on your hands to carefully read through the upcoming changes to see if it’ll affect your loadout or play style.
Battlefield Premium members will receive the Armored Kill DLC first, with PlayStation 3 players getting in on the action today (4 September), before heading to the Xbox 360 and PC a week later on 11 September.
For those non-premium members, you’re going to have to wait a little longer. The general release on PlayStation 3 is 18 September, and 25 September for Xbox 360 and PC.
Armored Kill adds new maps, vehicles, vehicle unlocks, and a brand new game mode known as Tank Superiority.
The “multiplayer update 4” sizes are as follows: 1.53GB (PS3), 1.44GB (Xbox 360), and ~2.2GB (PC).
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